honorifics

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plural of honorific
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A title or term of respect; respectful language
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conferring or showing honor or respect; "honorific social status commonly attaches to membership in a recognized profession
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A title or term of respect
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an expression of respect; "the Japanese use many honorifics" conferring or showing honor or respect; "honorific social status commonly attaches to membership in a recognized profession
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Conferring honor; tending to honor
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Showing or conferring honour and respect
honorific
conferring or showing honor or respect; "honorific social status commonly attaches to membership in a recognized profession"
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{i} honorary title
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{s} giving honor, showing respect
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an expression of respect; "the Japanese use many honorifics"
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include tai, vestai, sutai, zanati, epetai, just because your the House/Line Epetai does not make it your honorific eg the House/Line Epetai of house Tuq'mar is Lt Commander K'tak vestai-Tuqmar, but is still referred to as the Epetai
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An honorific title or way of talking is used to show respect or honour to someone. He was given the honorific title of national chairman. an expression or title that is used to show respect for the person you are speaking to
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a title or phrase conferring respect, especially when used in addressing a social superior See also: autonomasia
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