queendom [kween-duh m] ExamplesWord Origin noun

  1. the position or status of a queen.
  2. the realm of a queen.

Origin of queendom First recorded in 1600–10; queen + -dom Examples from the Web for queendom Historical Examples of queendom

  • I am willing to give up my queendom, if you, on your part, will give yours up.

    The School Queens

    L. T. Meade

  • Even if, after all, the cup of queendom was dashed from her lips untasted, she had made not a bad bargain for herself.

    The Wives of Henry the Eighth and the Parts They Played in History

    Martin Hume

  • Dahlias are going out of repute, and the Rose is resuming its ancient empire in the queendom of Flora.

    Parsons on the Rose

    Samuel Browne Parsons

  • For our only way to arrive safe at the queendom of Whims was to trust to the whirlwind and be led by the current.

    Gargantua and Pantagruel, Complete.

    Francois Rabelais

  • British Dictionary definitions for queendom queendom noun

    1. a territory, state, people, or community ruled over by a queen

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