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Kingliness vs Kingly - What's the difference?

kingliness | kingly | Derived terms |

Kingliness is a derived term of kingly.


As a noun kingliness

is (uncountable) the state or quality of being kingly.

As a adjective kingly is

majestic and regal.

As a adverb kingly is

in a royal manner.

Kingly vs Basilic - What's the difference?

kingly | basilic |


As adjectives the difference between kingly and basilic

is that kingly is majestic and regal while basilic is royal; kingly.

As a adverb kingly

is in a royal manner.

As a noun basilic is

a basilica.

Kingly vs Regal - What's the difference?

kingly | regal |

Kingly is a see also of regal.


As adjectives the difference between kingly and regal

is that kingly is majestic and regal while regal is of or having to do with royalty.

As a adverb kingly

is in a royal manner.

As a noun regal is

(obsolete|musici) a small, portable organ played with one hand, the bellows being worked with the other, used in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries.

What is the difference between kingly and king?

kingly | king | Derived terms |

Kingly is a derived term of king.


As a adjective kingly

is majestic and regal.

As a adverb kingly

is in a royal manner.

As a noun king is

a male monarch; a man who heads a monarchy if it's an absolute monarchy, then he is the supreme ruler of his nation or king can be (chinese musical instrument).

As a verb king is

to crown king, to make (a person) king.

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