regi

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Esperanto[edit]

Verb[edit]

regi (present regas, past regis, future regos, conditional regus, volitive regu)

  1. to rule, to reign, to govern, to control
    • 1907, L. L. Zamenhof, speech at the Third World Congress of Esperanto:
      En Esperantujo regas ne sole la lingvo Esperanto, sed ankaŭ la interna ideo de la Esperantismo.
      The Esperanto world is ruled not only by the language Esperanto, but also by the internal idea of Esperantismo.
    • 1907, Kazimierz Bein (tr.), La Faraono, translation of original by Bolesław Prus, Introduction:
      Sed multaj faraonoj regis mallonge.
      But many pharaohs ruled for a short time.

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regi

  1. plural form of regio

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Compare Finnish reki.

Noun[edit]

regi (genitive rien, partitive regie)

  1. sledge, sleigh

Latin[edit]

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rēgī

  1. dative singular of rēx

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regī

  1. present passive infinitive of regō

Portuguese[edit]

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regi

  1. first-person singular preterite of reger

Romanian[edit]

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regi m pl

  1. plural form of rege kings

Swedish[edit]

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regi c

  1. direction (of a film or a theatre performance)

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Welsh[edit]

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regi

  1. Soft mutation of rhegi.