Word of the Day: REGNANT

The word for today is: REGNANT

MEANING:

  • Exercise power or authority.
  • Exercising rule (reigning).
  • Having the most power (dominant).
  • Of common or widespread occurrence.

EXAMPLE:

  • He was inaugurated as the regnant Regina of his royalty and realm.
  • All form of negotiation is leading no where except in vital association with regnant obedience.
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SYNONYMS:

  • Predominant, prevalent, reigning, ruling, sovereign, widespread.

ANTONYMS:

None

HISTORY:

  • This word was developed from a Latin word “regnans”, “regnare” meaning “to rule” or “to reign”.
  • Its first usage was traced back to the 15th century (1590-1600).
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