Regalia vs Mound - What's the difference?
In context|obsolete|lang=en terms the difference between regalia and mound
is that regalia
is (obsolete) sumptuous food; delicacies while mound
is (obsolete) a helmet.
As nouns the difference between regalia and mound
is that regalia
is royal rights, prerogatives and privileges - actually enjoyed by any sovereign, regardless of his title (emperor, grand duke etcetera) or regalia
can be (archaic) a kind of large cigar of superior quality while mound
is (obsolete|anatomy|measurement|figuratively) a hand.
As a verb mound is
to fortify with a mound; add a barrier, rampart, etc to.
royal rights, prerogatives and privileges - actually enjoyed by any sovereign, regardless of his title (emperor, grand duke etcetera)
the emblems, symbols, or paraphernalia indicative of royalty or any other sovereign status; such as a crown, orb, sceptre, sword of justice
decorations or insignia indicative of an office or membership of an order or society; such as freemasonry
finery or magnificent dress
(obsolete) Sumptuous food; delicacies.
(archaic) A kind of large cigar of superior quality.
* 1840 , Isaac Butt, Irish Life (page 294)
* 1850 , United States. Congress, Congressional Edition: Volume 552 (page 868)
- I have taken care that there's both brandy and whiskey nicely stowed away in the barrack-room, with plenty of prime regalia cigars
- The quantity of regalias imported into northern ports is comparatively small.
(obsolete, anatomy, measurement, figuratively) A hand.
(obsolete) A protection; restraint; curb.
(obsolete) A helmet.
(obsolete) Might; size.
An artificial hill or elevation of earth; a raised bank; an embankment thrown up for defense; a bulwark; a rampart.
A natural elevation appearing as if thrown up artificially; a regular and isolated hill, hillock, or knoll.
(baseball) Elevated area of dirt upon which the pitcher stands to pitch.
A ball or globe forming part of the regalia of an emperor or other sovereign. It is encircled with bands, enriched with precious stones, and surmounted with a cross.
(US, vulgar, slang) The mons veneris.
* (part of regalia) globus cruciger, globe, orb
To fortify with a mound; add a barrier, rampart, etc. to.
To force or pile into a mound or mounds.
- He mounded up his mashed potatoes so they left more space on the plate for the meat.