Regality

Re*gal"i*ty

(r?*g?l"?*t?), n. [LL. regalitas, from L. regalis regal, royal. See Regal, and cf. Royality.]
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1. Royalty; sovereignty; sovereign jurisdiction.
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[Passion] robs reason of her due regalitie.
Spenser.
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He came partly in by the sword, and had high courage in all points of regality.
Bacon.
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2. An ensign or badge of royalty. [Obs.]
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