reale etymology

Italian word reale comes from Latin -alis, Latin regem, and later Latin regalis (Of or pertaining to a king. Regal, royal.)

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Detailed word origin of reale

Dictionary entryLanguageDefinition
-alis Latin (lat) Used to form adjectives of relationship from nouns or numerals.
regem Latin (lat)
regalis Latin (lat) Of or pertaining to a king. Regal, royal.
regiel Old French (842-ca. 1400) (fro)
reaume Old French (842-ca. 1400) (fro) Kingdom.
reale Italian (ita) Flagship of a fleet personally commanded by a king or viceroy (pre-18th c.) Royal.

Words with the same origin as reale

Descendants of -alis
animale arrabbiare atto attore azione canale centrale funerale generale geniale hotel legale maiale natale naturale originale ospedale personale realtà rischiare sociale speciale superare uguale
Descendants of regem
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