Definition of viceroyal in English:

viceroyal

Pronunciation /ˌvīsˈroi-əl/

adjective

See viceroy

‘In Naples, these lawyers were often called togati, and the viceroyal administrations fostered them in all the Spanish territories in order to undermine the traditional nobility.’
  • ‘During the viceroyal period in the New Spain, the building belonged to the Society of Jesus.’
  • ‘When the Spanish Colony was established, one of the main objectives of the viceroyal administration was to obtain greater financial resources for the Crown.’
  • ‘Still in use is the old viceroyal mosque, the Mesjid Raya.’
  • ‘In 1713 he had become maestro di cappella to the Marchese Stella, succeeding Alessandro Scarlatti, and organist of the viceroyal chapel.’