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King of England, King of Great Britain (en) - Reis da França, Reis de França - Mesías - King of the Germans (en) - Acabe - Akhenaton - Alaric (en) - Alfredo, Alfredo de InglaterraAlfredo - Artaxerxes, Artaxerxes I (en) - Artaxerxes, Artaxerxes II (en) - Assurbanipal, Assurbanípal - Athelstane de Inglaterra - Átila, Átila o Huno, Flagelo dos DeusesAtila - Bruce, Robert I, Robert the Bruce (en) - Carl XVI Gustaf, Carl XVI Gustav (en) - Clóvis I - Creso - Ciro II da Pérsia - Darius I, Darius the Great (en) - Darius III (en) - David - Edmund I (en) - Edmundo II de Inglaterra - Eduardo, Eduardo o Velho, o Velho - Edwin (en) - Egbert (en) - Ethelbert (en) - Ethelred, Ethelred I (en) - Etelredo II de Inglaterra - Fahd, Fahd ibn Abdel Aziz al-Saud (en) - Faisal, Faisal ibn Abdel Aziz al-Saud (en) - Farouk I, Faruk I (en) - Fernando I de Leão - Fernando - Frederick I (en) - Frederick II, Frederick the Great (en) - Frederick William I (en) - Frederick William II (en) - Frederick William III (en) - Frederick William IV (en) - Genserico - Gilgamesh - Gordius (en) - Gustavus, Gustavus I (en) - Gustavus, Gustavus Adolphus, Gustavus II (en) - Gustavus, Gustavus III (en) - Gustavus, Gustavus IV (en) - Gustavus, Gustavus V (en) - Gustavus, Gustavus VI (en) - Hamurabi, Hamurábi - Herodes, Herodes o Grande - Ezequias - Husain, Husayn, Hussein, ibn Talal Hussein, King Hussein (en) - James, James IV (en) - Jeroboão I - Juan Carlos, Juan Carlos Victor Maria de Borbon y Borbon (en) - Kamehameha I - Leonidas (en) - Macbeth - Mithridates, Mithridates the Great, Mithridates VI (en) - Nabucodonosor II - Olaf II, Olav II, Saint Olaf, Saint Olav, St. Olaf, St. Olav (en) - Pepino, Pepino o Breve - Philip II, Philip II of Spain (en) - Philip II, Philip II of Macedon (en) - Philip Augustus, Philip II (en) - Philip V (en) - Philip of Valois, Philip VI (en) - Ptolemy I (en) - Ptolemy II (en) - Pyrrhus (en) - Rameses, Ramesses, Ramses (en) - Saul - Senaquerib - Salomão - o Soberbo, Tarquínio, Tarquínio o Soberbo - Victor Emanuel II (en) - Victor Emanuel III (en) - Xerxes I, Xerxes the Great (en)[Spéc.]

dignidade real, realezadignidad real, monarquía, realeza, reinado - reinoreino - reinoreino[Dérivé]

real, régioreal, regio[Rel.App]

régalien (fr) - régioespléndido, imperial, magnífico, suntuoso[Rel.Pr.]


monarca (n.) • rei (n.) • rey (n.m.)



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