Some articles on equivalent, filipino feminine equivalent, feminine:
... term "Datu" of Visayas and Mindanao, is used as an equivalent to Raja, and therefore, to King or sovereign Prince ... The female equivalent of a King, or the consort of a King a Queen's realm is also a kingdom ... Ratu, Indochinese term for Queen, derived from Raja Diyan, Filipino feminine equivalent of "Datu" Hara, Filipino feminine equivalent of "Raha" Bai, Filipino feminine equivalent of a prince ...
... meaning "commander" or "one who commands." In English, the feminine form is Empress (the Latin is imperatrix) ... The feminine form is Samrãjñī ... of Luzon) which, together with the term "Datu" of Visayas and Mindanao, is used as an equivalent to Raja, and therefore, to King or sovereign Prince ...
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