regulo etymology

English word regulo comes from English thermostat, and later English thermostatic (Having or maintaining a consistent temperature.)

Detailed word origin of regulo

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
thermostat English (eng) A device that automatically responds to changes in temperature by activating a heating or cooling system to maintain the temperature at a desired setting.
thermostatic English (eng) Having or maintaining a consistent temperature.
regulo English (eng) Any of a number of temperatures to which a gas oven may be set. e.g. regulo 4.