Pregnancy vs Regnancy - What's the difference?

pregnancy | regnancy |


As nouns the difference between pregnancy and regnancy

is that pregnancy is (countable) the condition of being pregnant while regnancy is the condition or quality of being regnant; sovereignty; rule.

pregnancy

English

Noun

(pregnancies) (wikipedia pregnancy)
  • (countable) The condition of being pregnant.
  • * 2012 , Caroline Davies, Duke and Duchess of Cambridge announce they are expecting first baby'' (in ''The Guardian , 3 December 2012)[http://www.guardian.co.uk/uk/2012/dec/03/duke-and-duchess-of-cambridge-expecting-baby?intcmp=122]
  • News that the duchess is in the "very early stages" of pregnancy with the third-in-line to the throne was officially released after she was taken to the King Edward VII hospital in central London, suffering from hyperemesis gravidarun, very acute morning sickness.
  • The period of time this condition prevails.
  • (uncountable) The progression of stages from conception to birth.
  • Synonyms

    * gestation * gravidity

    See also

    * with child

    regnancy

    English

    Noun

  • The condition or quality of being regnant; sovereignty; rule.
  • (Coleridge)
    (Webster 1913)