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appanage a grant of land or revenue made by a king or queen to a dependent member of the royal family. [1/2 definitions]
archduke a title given to a ruling prince, esp. in the former royal families of Austria.
beefeater a guard at the Tower of London, or a yeoman in the English royal guard.
British East India Company a British company that carried on trade with the East Indies from 1600 to 1874 under the sanction of a royal government charter.
command performance a performance of a play, opera, concert, or the like that is given in response to a royal request or command.
consort a wife or husband, esp. of a royal personage. [1/5 definitions]
Court of St. James the British royal court.
cupbearer someone who pours and serves cups of wine, as in a royal household.
diadem a crown or headband symbolizing royal status. [1/3 definitions]
equerry an officer in charge of the horses of a royal or noble family. [2 definitions]
fool one employed to entertain by acting comically and foolishly, as formerly in royal or noble households; jester. [1/11 definitions]
fool's cap a cap traditionally worn by the fool in a royal court, usu. brightly colored and topped by several drooping peaks hung with bells. [1/2 definitions]
groom any of a variety of officers serving the British royal household. [1/6 definitions]
herald an official of former times responsible for conveying royal messages and making proclamations. [1/4 definitions]
highness (cap.) an honorary title used in addressing a person of royal rank (usu. prec. by His, Her, Your, or the like). [1/2 definitions]
HRH abbreviation of "Her Royal Highness" or "His Royal Highness."
king a male head of a royal family who reigns for life as a monarch. [1/4 definitions]
lady-in-waiting a lady of a royal court who serves a queen or princess.
Louvre a building in Paris constructed as a royal palace and now a national museum of art.
major-domo the chief steward or butler in a royal household.
Mountie (informal) an officer of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.