Regalia


WORD OF THE DAY
Regalia rə-GAYL-yəPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, mid-16th century
1The emblems or insignia of royalty, especially the crown, scepter, and other ornaments used at a coronation.
 
Examples of Regalia in a sentence “The higher the military rank, the more regalia will be featured on formal dress.” “The collection of crown jewels are part of the queen’s regalia.”
WORD OF THE DAY
Regaliarə-GAYL-yəPart of speech: nounOrigin: Latin, mid-16th century
1The emblems or insignia of royalty, especially the crown, scepter, and other ornaments used at a coronation.
 
Examples of Regalia in a sentence “The higher the military rank, the more regalia will be featured on formal dress.” “The collection of crown jewels are part of the queen’s regalia.”