Kingdom (noun)

  1. A country ruled by a king or queen.
  2. A realm or sphere of influence or control.
  3. A group of organisms ranking above a phylum and below an empire and including one or more classes.
  4. A category in the classification of organisms, including a single major group, typically based on characteristics such as common ancestry, morphology, or biochemistry.

Origin:

Middle english: from old english cyningdōm, from cyning 'king' + dōm 'judgment'.

Examples:

  1. The kingdom was ruled by a wise and just king.
  2. The kingdom of God is not of this world.
  3. The animal kingdom is made up of many different species.
  4. The plant kingdom is a rich and diverse group of organisms.
  5. The kingdom was renowned for its beauty and wealth.
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