Royally



adjective
1.
of or relating to a king, queen, or other sovereign:
royal power; a royal palace.
2.
descended from or related to a king or line of kings:
a royal prince.
3.
noting or having the rank of a king or queen.
4.
established or chartered by or existing under the patronage of a sovereign:
a royal society.
5.
(initial capital letter) serving or subject to a king, queen, or other sovereign.
6.
proceeding from or performed by a sovereign:
a royal warrant.
7.
appropriate to or befitting a sovereign; magnificent; stately:
royal splendor.
8.
(usually initial capital letter) British. in the service of the monarch or of the Commonwealth:
Royal Marines; Royal Air Force.
9.
fine; excellent:
in royal spirits.
10.
Informal. extreme or persistent; unmitigated:
a royal nuisance; a royal pain.
noun
11.
Nautical. a sail set on a royal mast.
12.
Informal. a royal person; member of the royalty.
13.
Usually, royals. Chiefly British. a member of England’s royal family.
14.
a size of printing paper, 20 × 25 inches (51 × 64 cm).
15.
a size of writing paper, 19 × 24 inches (48 × 61 cm).
16.
Numismatics. any of various former coins, as the real or ryal.
adjective
1.
of, relating to, or befitting a king, queen, or other monarch; regal
2.
(prenominal; often capital) established, chartered by, under the patronage or in the service of royalty: the Royal Society of St George
3.
being a member of a royal family
4.
above the usual or normal in standing, size, quality, etc
5.
(informal) unusually good or impressive; first-rate
6.
(nautical) just above the topgallant (in the phrase royal mast)
noun
7.
(sometimes capital) (informal) a member of a royal family
8.
Also called royal stag. a stag with antlers having 12 or more branches
9.
(nautical) a sail set next above the topgallant, on a royal mast
10.
a size of printing paper, 20 by 25 inches
11.
(mainly Brit) Also called small royal. a size of writing paper, 19 by 24 inches
12.
any of various book sizes, esp 61/4 by 10 inches (royal octavo), 63/4 by 101/4 inches (super royal octavo), and (chiefly Brit) 10 by 121/2 inches (royal quarto) and 101/4 by 131/2 inches (super royal quarto)
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