1. Jehanne New Member

    I'm quite curious for the Latin translation of a title, for an individual.
    I mean the definition literally, not figuratively.
    They bear the title of King, though they are not upon the throne. However, they are to rule the realm. Whether or not they do, is yet to be decided. Though, I wish to also ask, if there would be a difference in this translation, than let's say, someone who has fallen from their grace as King. An appropriate nickname would also be Crownless, for simplicity, but I do fancy it with the monarch position. I appreciate your help! Thank you, for your time.
  2. Laurentius Man of Culture

    • Civis Illustris
    The only word for crownless I know is incoronatus, so crownless king would be rex incoronatus.
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