rexes

Rex

[reks] .

Origin:
after Christus Rex, title of a publication put out by its founders

Rexist, noun
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Rex

[reks] .
noun
a male given name.
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Rex (rɛks)
 
n
Compare Regina king: part of the official title of a king, now used chiefly in documents, legal proceedings, inscriptions on coins, etc
 
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rex
1617, from L. rex (gen. regis) "a king," related to regere "to keep straight, guide, lead, rule," from PIE base *reg- "to rule, to lead straight, to put right" (cf. Skt. raj- "king;" O.Ir. ri, gen. rig "king;" see regal).
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