(Reg`i*men"tal*ly), adv. In or by a regiment or regiments; as, troops classified regimentally.
(Reg`i*men"tals) n. pl. (Mil.) The uniform worn by the officers and soldiers of a regiment; military
dress; formerly used in the singular in the same sense. Colman.
(Re*gim"i*nal) a. Of or relating to regimen; as, regiminal rules.
(Re"gion) n. [F. région, from L. regio a direction, a boundary line, region, fr. regere to guide,
direct. See Regimen.]
1. One of the grand districts or quarters into which any space or surface, as of the earth or the heavens,
is conceived of as divided; hence, in general, a portion of space or territory of indefinite extent; country; province; district; tract.
If thence he 'scappe, into whatever world,Milton.
Or unknown region.
2. Tract, part, or space, lying about and including anything; neighborhood; vicinity; sphere. "Though the
fork invade the region of my heart." Shak.
Philip, tetrarch of .. the region of Trachonitis.Luke iii. 1.
3. The upper air; the sky; the heavens. [Obs.]
Anon the dreadful thunderShak.
Doth rend the region.
4. The inhabitants of a district. Matt. iii. 5.
5. Place; rank; station. [Obs. or R.]
He is of too high a region.Shak.
(Re"gion*al) a. Of or pertaining to a particular region; sectional.
(Re"gi*ous) a. [L. regius royal, fr. rex, regis, king.] Regal; royal. [Obs.] Harrington.
(Reg"is*ter) n. [OE. registre, F. registre, LL. registrum,regestum, L. regesta, pl., fr. regerere,
regestum, to carry back, to register; pref. re- re- + gerere to carry. See Jest, and cf. Regest.]