Question: Royale and Royal, what's the difference
4 Oct 11
I guess the only difference is that they belong to different countries. Royal is english while royale comes from the french.. haha :) Just look at deserts on the menu of resturants or maybe cafes, there's always this Royale muffin in those french influenced eatery. While in english cafes/resturants, we will never see them at all.. haha U should do a search on Royale muffin and maybe u will have an idea
30 Sep 11
The word Royal is an adjective like royal family, royal character, where as royale is a french way of saying . But when we use royale its a conversational way of saying. Royale the way of being noble or royal. Its noble way of dealing or relationg oneself with others.
30 Sep 11
Hi syoti, I believe they mean the same. It's just that Royale appears like a french word to me. I am studying french and I have come across words with e at the end. English is a mixture of many adopted words so i'm not surprised that Royale has been used as well but if strict english is to be observed, the most appropriate is Royal, as in the Royal Family of Kings, Queens, etc. In addition, i think colloquially, royale is being used as strictly adjective in english. Example, "Wow, girl, that dress is soooo royale." hahaha dunno if that even makes sense. Just an idea.