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Mountie (informal) an officer of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
murex any of various spiny-shelled marine snails of tropical waters, formerly an important source of royal purple dye.
nonroyal combined form of royal.
palatine having royal privileges. [1/5 definitions]
poet laureate in England, a poet honored by being appointed for life to an office in the royal household and traditionally expected to write poems celebrating events and persons of royal or national significance. [1/2 definitions]
pragmatic sanction a royal decree that becomes or has the force of a fundamental law of the land.
RAF abbreviation of "Royal Air Force."
realm a royal kingdom; domain. [1/2 definitions]
regal of, pertaining to, or suitable for royalty; royal. [1/2 definitions]
royal (informal; usu. pl.) a member of the royal family. [1/5 definitions]
royalty a member of a royal family, or such members collectively. [1/4 definitions]
scepter to bestow a scepter upon; grant royal power to. [1/3 definitions]
sovereign a monarch or other royal ruler. [1/5 definitions]
Star Chamber a former English tribunal, composed of royal councillors, that became notorious for its secret sessions, arbitrary judgments, and severe punishments. [1/2 definitions]
Stuart a member of a Scottish and English royal family of the fourteenth through eighteenth centuries, or the name of the family itself.
Tudor a member of a British royal family of the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, or the name of the family itself. [1/3 definitions]
usurpation the unlawful or violent seizure of royal power. [1/2 definitions]
Whitehall the former royal palace in London, destroyed by fire in 1698. [1/2 definitions]
Windsor a member of the British royal family since 1917, or the name of the family itself.
yeoman a servant or attendant in a royal or noble household. [2/6 definitions]
yeoman of the guard a member of the ceremonial guard of one hundred yeomen attending the British royal family.