17 Aug


Blacks Law 8th Edition: rex (reks). (usu. cap.) 1. A king. 2. The official title of a king. 3. The prosecution side (as representatives of the king) in criminal proceedings in a monarchy. — Abbr. R. Cf. REGINA.
Google: Regis, Latin for “of the king”, occurs in numerous English place names. The name usually recalls the historical ownership of lands or manors by the Crown. In other places it honours royal associations rather than ownership.

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