Roi (pronounce: rwa)
The word for king in French is le roi. Ex: Le roi soleil The sun king.
Le roi = King/the king
King- roi roi-king
king = le roi kings = les rois
Le roi means 'the king' in French.
"Roi" is a French equivalent of "king." The French word is a masculine noun. Its singular definite article is "le" ("the"). Its singular indefinite article is "un" ("a, one"). The pronunciation is "rwah."
"kingdom" - "royaume"... obviously "king" is part of the English word, and so is "roi" in the french one (from "rex" meaning king).
Ain is the name of a french departement (a king of french region) so there's no translation for it
a king is 'un roi'; a queen is 'une reine' in French.
Well the word ballet is french but the king got the word ballet from the latin word ballare, which means dance.
Nothing. It is a spanish word for King.
Ryan is an Irish name (it means little king)
A king is 'un roi' in French.
King Louis XVI was the only French King to be executed.
It means "I dub" as in "I dub this man a knight." It is an old word that specifically refers to the ceremony of the king tapping a soldier's shoulder to declare him a knight (chevalier in French).