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without giving an etymology, the Latin entry gives rex (and some cognates) as Related terms.

i think rego is re- + ago / look at flexions: rectum = re- + actum

rex gave regno

there is a semantic proximity (in French régir is nearly only used as lead a State)

other opinions? sources?

--Diligent 22:33, 10 September 2009 (UTC)