Keen on enjoying her youth, reign has little interest in committing right now.
"May the light of Your Majesty's crown continue to reign supreme for many years to come," he said.
He also warned iron-fist rulers of the Middle East that their reign will eventually come to an end.
early 13c., "kingdom," from Old French reigne "kingdom, land, country" (Modern French règne), from Latin regnum "kingship, dominion, rule, realm," related to regere (see regal). Meaning "period of rule" first recorded mid-14c.
"to hold or exercise sovereign power," late 13c., from Old French regner "rule, reign" (12c.), from Latin regnare "have royal power, be king, rule, reign," from regnum (see reign (n.)). Related: Reigned; reigning; regnal.