honour


honour
1. noun
1)

a man of honour

Syn:
integrity, honesty, uprightness, morality, principles, high-mindedness, decency, probity, scrupulousness, fairness, justness
2)

a mark of honour

Syn:
distinction, privilege, glory, kudos, cachet, prestige
3)

our honour is at stake

Syn:
reputation, good name, character, repute, image, standing, status
4)

the honour of meeting the Queen

Syn:
privilege, pleasure, compliment
Ant:
unscrupulousness, shame
2. verb
1)

we should honour our parents

Syn:
respect, esteem, admire, look up to, value, cherish, revere, venerate
2)

they were honoured at a special ceremony

Syn:
applaud, acclaim, praise, salute, recognize, celebrate, pay tribute to
3)

he honoured the contract

Syn:
fulfil, observe, keep, obey, heed, follow, carry out, keep to, abide by, adhere to, comply with, conform to, be true to
Ant:
scorn, disgrace, disobey, break

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  • Honour — f English: from the vocabulary word honour (via Old French from Latin honor). The name was popular with the Puritans in the 17th century and has survived to the present day. Variants: Honor esp. U.S.); Honora esp. Ireland; cf. NORA (SEE Nora)) …   First names dictionary

  • honour — British English spelling of HONOR (Cf. honor); also see OR (Cf. or). Related: Honoured; honouring; honours …   Etymology dictionary

  • honour — (Brit.) hon·our || É‘nÉ™(r) / É’n n. esteem, respect, good reputation; integrity, honesty, truthfulness; award, tribute; privilege; pride, dignity (also honor) v. show respect; respect, esteem; give an award to, pay tribute, praise; accept;… …   English contemporary dictionary

  • honour — honour, honourable are spelt our in BrE and honor, honorable in AmE …   Modern English usage

  • honour — [än′ər] n., vt., adj. Brit. sp. of HONOR …   English World dictionary

  • Honour — For other uses, see Honour (disambiguation). An illustration of the Burr Hamilton duel of 1804 – Alexander Hamilton defends his honour by accepting Aaron Burr s challenge Honour or honor (see spelling differences; from the Latin word honos,… …   Wikipedia