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honorific
,ɑːnə'rɪfɪk
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English Definition
(形) As an adjective
  1. Conferring or showing honor or respect.
(名) As a noun
  1. An expression of respect.
Hyphenationhon•or•if•ic
Part of Speech(形) adjective
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尊敬的zūnjìng derespected
尊敬zūnjìngto respect; to revere
表示敬意biǎoshì jìngyìrespectful; to show respect
敬语jìngyǔhonorific (e.g. in grammar of oriental languages)
敬称jìngchēngterm of respect; honorific
敬词jìngcíterm of esteem; honorific (in Chinese grammar); polite form of pronoun (in European grammar)
雅称yǎchēngelegant name; honorific
shìmember of the senior ministerial class (old); scholar (old); bachelor; honorific; soldier; noncommissioned officer; specialist worker; (Chinese surname)
qīnghigh ranking official (old); term of endearment between spouses (old); (from the Tang Dynasty onwards) term used by the emperor for his subjects (old); honorific (old)
敬辞jìngcíterm of respect; honorific title; honorific (in grammar)
尊称zūnchēngto address somebody deferentially; title; honorific
zūnsenior; of a senior generation; to honor; to respect; honorific; measure word for cannons and statues; ancient wine vessel
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