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Kingdom

Meanings and phrases

kingdom

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n.
  1. a domain in which something is dominant; land; realm
  2. a country with a king as head of state
  3. the domain ruled by a king or queen; realm
  4. a monarchy with a king or queen as head of state
  5. the highest taxonomic group into which organisms are grouped; one of five biological categories: Monera or Protoctista or Plantae or Fungi or Animalia
  6. a basic group of natural objects

Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan

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n.
  1. an Arab kingdom in southwestern Asia on the Red Sea; Jordan

Kingdom of Belgium

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n.
  1. a monarchy in northwestern Europe; headquarters for the European Union and for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization; Belgium; Belgique

Kingdom of Bhutan

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n.
  1. a landlocked principality in the Himalayas to the northeast of India; Bhutan

Kingdom of Cambodia

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n.
  1. a nation in southeastern Asia; was part of Indochina under French rule until 1946; Cambodia; Kampuchea

Kingdom of Denmark

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n.
  1. a constitutional monarchy in northern Europe; consists of the mainland of Jutland and many islands between the North Sea and the Baltic Sea; Denmark; Danmark

Kingdom of God

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n.
  1. the spiritual domain over which God is sovereign

Kingdom of Lesotho

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n.
  1. a landlocked constitutional monarchy in southern Africa; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1966; Lesotho; Basutoland

Kingdom of Morocco

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n.
  1. a kingdom (constitutional monarchy) in northwestern Africa with a largely Muslim population; achieved independence from France in 1956; Morocco; Maroc; Marruecos; Al-Magrib

Kingdom of Nepal

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n.
  1. a small landlocked Asian country high in the Himalayas between India and China; Nepal

Kingdom of Norway

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n.
  1. a constitutional monarchy in northern Europe on the western side of the Scandinavian Peninsula; achieved independence from Sweden in 1905; Norway; Norge; Noreg

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

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n.
  1. an absolute monarchy occupying most of the Arabian Peninsula in southwest Asia; vast oil reserves dominate the economy; Saudi Arabia

Kingdom of Spain

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n.
  1. a parliamentary monarchy in southwestern Europe on the Iberian Peninsula; a former colonial power; Spain; Espana

Kingdom of Swaziland

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n.
  1. a landlocked monarchy in southeastern Africa; member of the commonwealth that achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1968; Swaziland

Kingdom of Sweden

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n.
  1. a Scandinavian kingdom in the eastern part of the Scandinavian Peninsula; Sweden; Sverige

Kingdom of Thailand

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n.
  1. a country of southeastern Asia that extends southward along the Isthmus of Kra to the Malay Peninsula; Thailand; Siam

Kingdom of The Netherlands

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n.
  1. a constitutional monarchy in western Europe on the North Sea; half the country lies below sea level; Netherlands; The Netherlands; Nederland; Holland

Kingdom of Tonga

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n.
  1. a monarchy on a Polynesian archipelago in the South Pacific; achieved independence from the United Kingdom in 1970; Tonga; Friendly Islands

United Kingdom

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n.
  1. a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom; UK; U.K.; Britain; United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; Great Britain

United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland

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n.
  1. a monarchy in northwestern Europe occupying most of the British Isles; divided into England and Scotland and Wales and Northern Ireland; `Great Britain' is often used loosely to refer to the United Kingdom; United Kingdom; UK; U.K.; Britain; Great Britain

animal kingdom

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n.
  1. taxonomic kingdom comprising all living or extinct animals; Animalia; kingdom Animalia
E.g.
  • Blue whale penis The blue whale has the largest penis in the animal kingdom.
  • Linnaeus believed that man biologically belongs to the animal kingdom and had to be included in it.
  • Over 130 species from numerous classes of the animal kingdom call the bank home at least temporarily.

capital of the United Kingdom

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n.
  1. the capital and largest city of England; located on the Thames in southeastern England; financial and industrial and cultural center; London; Greater London; British capital

fungus kingdom

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n.
  1. the taxonomic kingdom including yeast, molds, smuts, mushrooms, and toadstools; distinct from the green plants; Fungi; kingdom Fungi

kingdom Animalia

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n.
  1. taxonomic kingdom comprising all living or extinct animals; Animalia; animal kingdom

kingdom Fungi

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n.
  1. the taxonomic kingdom including yeast, molds, smuts, mushrooms, and toadstools; distinct from the green plants; Fungi; fungus kingdom

kingdom Monera

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n.
  1. prokaryotic bacteria and blue-green algae and various primitive pathogens; because of lack of consensus on how to divide the organisms into phyla informal names are used for the major divisions; Monera; Prokayotae; kingdom Prokaryotae

kingdom Plantae

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n.
  1. (botany) the taxonomic kingdom comprising all living or extinct plants; Plantae; plant kingdom

kingdom Prokaryotae

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n.
  1. prokaryotic bacteria and blue-green algae and various primitive pathogens; because of lack of consensus on how to divide the organisms into phyla informal names are used for the major divisions; Monera; kingdom Monera; Prokayotae

kingdom Protoctista

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n.
  1. in most modern classifications, replacement for the Protista; includes: Protozoa; Euglenophyta; Chlorophyta; Cryptophyta; Heterokontophyta; Rhodophyta; unicellular protists and their descendant multicellular organisms: regarded as distinct from plants and animals; Protoctista

kingdom come

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n.
  1. the next world
  2. the end of time

mineral kingdom

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n.
  1. all inorganic objects; contrasts with animal and plant kingdoms

plant kingdom

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n.
  1. (botany) the taxonomic kingdom comprising all living or extinct plants; Plantae; kingdom Plantae

independent kingdom

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E.g.
  • He was an independent kingdom after the fall of Majapahit.
  • With the decline of the Sao confederation, Makary was an independent kingdom, one of the Kotoko kingdom city-states.
  • The independent kingdom of Siam (Thailand) lay between the two colonial powers, and could potentially serve as a buffer.

ancient kingdom

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E.g.
  • Drumacoo was located in the ancient kingdom of Uí Fiachrach Aidhne.
  • It is a Historical place being an ancient kingdom of kings of Pal dynasty.

new kingdom

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E.g.
  • The 15th century saw the rise of a new kingdom, Medri Bahri.
  • He consolidated his authority, established a new kingdom and made peace with Srivijaya.
  • He established the new kingdom of Cirebon and declared independence from Sunda and Galuh.

own kingdom

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E.g.
  • Henry IV alienated the Church of Rome and many of the magnates in his own kingdom.
  • The elder son Kanyaza Gyi () ventured south, and in 825 BCE founded his own kingdom in what is today Arakan.
  • His father, King Afonso IV, believing that the family of Inês was a threat to his own kingdom had her murdered.
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