How to Say Queen in Different Languages

Queen in Different Languages: A queen is a female ruler who is married to a king and sit besides him. A Regnant Queen is a female sovereign which is equal in rank to a king who, in comparison to a reigning king’s wife, reigns in her own right and is the protector of a child monarch and reigns temporary in place of the child.

How to Say Queen in 88 Different Languages

Different LanguagesWord Queen
Albanianmbretëreshë
Basqueerregina
Belarusianкаралева
Bosniankraljica
Bulgarianкралица
Catalanreina
Croatiankraljica
Czechkrálovna
Danishdronning
Dutchkoningin
Estoniankuninganna
Finnishkuningatar
Frenchreine
Galicianraíña
GermanKönigin
Greekβασίλισσα (vasílissa)
Hungariankirálynő
IcelandicDrottning
Irishbanríon
ItalianRegina
Latviankaraliene
Lithuaniankaralienė
Macedonianкралица
Maltesereġina
Norwegiandronning
Polishkrólowa
Portugueserainha
Romanianregină
RussianКоролева (Koroleva)
Serbianкраљица (kraljica)
Slovakkráľovná
Sloveniankraljica
Spanishreina
Swedishdrottning
Ukrainianкоролева (koroleva)
Welshbrenhines
Yiddishמאַלקע
Armenianթագուհի
Azerbaijanikraliça
Bengaliরাণী
Chinese Simplified女王 (nǚwáng)
Chinese Traditional女王 (nǚwáng)
Georgianდედოფალი
Gujaratiરાણી
Hindiरानी
Hmonghuab tais
Japanese女王
Kannadaರಾಣಿ
Kazakhханым
Khmerមហាក្សត្រី
Korean퀸 (kwin)
Laoqueen
Malayalamരാജ്ഞി
Marathiराणी
Mongolianхатан хаан
Myanmar (Burmese)မိဖုရား
Nepaliरानी
Sinhalaරැජින
Tajikшоҳзода
Tamilராணி
Teluguరాణి
Thaiพระราชินี
Turkishkraliçe
Urduملکہ
Uzbekmalika
Vietnamesenữ hoàng
Arabicملكة (malika)
Hebrewמַלכָּה
Persianملکه
Afrikaanskoningin
Chichewamfumukazi
HausaSarauniya
Igboqueen
Sesothomofumahali
SomaliBoqorad
Swahilimalkia
Yorubaayaba
Zuluindlovukazi
Cebuanorayna
Filipinoreyna
Indonesianratu
Javaneseratu
Malagasympanjakavavy
Malayratu
Maorikuini
Esperantoreĝino
Haitian Creolelarenn
Latinregina

An empress regnant is a ruler that governs a country by herself. A ruling queen retains and exerts sovereign power. A queen regnant’s husband does not share the rank, title, or sovereignty of his wife traditionally. In both modern and classical times, however, the idea of a king consort is not unfamiliar.

A queen consort is the wife of a king, or an empress in an emperor’s case. Generally a queen consort shares the social rank and standing of her spouse. She has a female equivalent of the monarchic titles of the ruler, but traditionally she does not have the military and political forces of the king.

A queen mother is a duchess, who is the ruling monarch’s mom (or the empress’ mom). Since at least 1560, the word has been used in English. It is based in hereditary monarchies throughout Europe and is also used in non-European societies throughout the world to define a series of similar yet separate monarchical principles.

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