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Rex1 British & World English

The reigning king (used following a name or in the titles of lawsuits, e.g. Rex v. Jones: the Crown versus Jones)

Rex2 British & World English

A cat, rabbit, or guinea pig of a breed with very fine short fur

Stout, Rex British & World English

(1886–1975) US writer; full name Rex Todhunter Stout. He created the portly, food-loving, orchid aficionado Nero Wolfe, a detective who appeared in many of his novels, from Fer de Lance (1934) to A Family Affair (1975)

Harrison, Sir Rex British & World English

(1908–90), English actor; full name Reginald Carey Harrison. Notable films: Blithe Spirit (1944), My Fair Lady (1964), and Dr Dolittle (1967)

Balaeniceps rex in whale-headed stork British & World English

An African stork with grey plumage and a very large bill shaped like a clog

Tyrannosaurus rex in tyrannosaur British & World English

A very large bipedal carnivorous dinosaur of the late Cretaceous period, with powerful jaws and small claw-like front legs

Rex Todhunter Stout in Stout, Rex British & World English

(1886–1975) US writer; full name Rex Todhunter Stout. He created the portly, food-loving, orchid aficionado Nero Wolfe, a detective who appeared in many of his novels, from Fer de Lance (1934) to A Family Affair (1975)