honour

listen to the pronunciation of honour
İngilizce - Türkçe
şereflendirmek
{f} onurlandırmak
şeref
{i} onur

Sizi evimde burada bulmanın beklenmedik onurunu neye borçluyum? - To what do I owe the unexpected honour of finding you here in my house?

Onurlu bir insan olmak için edepsizlik etmekten kaçınmalısın. - You must avoid misbehaving in order to be a honourable person.

(Osmanlıca) ihtiram
teşrif etmek
izaz
izaz etmek
(Ticaret) karşılığını ödemek
ululamak
saygı
{f} şereflendir
onur vermek
(bono/çek/vb.) kabul edip ödemek
saygıdeğerlik
itibar
{i} saygınlık
{i} misafir ağırlama
{i} hürmet
{i} golfte başlama vuruşu hakkı
{f} saymak
{f} onur ver
{f} kabul etmek (çek)
{i} övünç
{f} şeref vermek
i., f., İng., bak. honor
{i} haysiyet
{f} onur nişanı vermek
{i} büyük koz
{f} saygı göstermek
öde/şereflendir
{i} özsaygı
{i} izzetinefis
{i} namus
gurur
itibar etmek
ödemek
ırz
izzet
honourable
{s} onurlu

Onurlu bir insan olmak için edepsizlik etmekten kaçınmalısın. - You must avoid misbehaving in order to be a honourable person.

honor
{f} onurlandırmak
Honor
(isim) Şeref

Tom şeref ve ölüm arasında seçim yapmalı. - Tom must choose between honor and death.

Açılış töreninde kurucunun şerefine bir plaket verildi. - At the inauguration ceremony a plaque was unveiled in honor of the founder.

honor
namus
honor
şereflendirmek

Yunanların önde gelen tanrısı Zeus'u şereflendirmek için İsa'dan Önce 776'da ilk Olimpiyat oyunları Olimpos Dağının eteğinde düzenlendi. - In 776 B.C., the first Olympic Games were held at the foot of Mount Olympus to honor the Greeks' chief god, Zeus.

honor
onur

Onur kazanılmamalı; o sadece kaybedilmemeli. - Honor has not to be won; it must only not be lost.

Ne kadar tehlike, o kadar onur. - The more danger, the more honor.

honour guard
(Askeri) şeref kıtası
honour killings
töre cinayetleri
honour bright
onur parlak
honour killing
Töre cinayeti
honour at maturity
(Ticaret) vadesinde kabul edilmiş
honour at maturity
(Ticaret) vadesinde ödenmiş
honour company
(Askeri) ıslah bölüğü
honour guard member
(Askeri) şeref muhafız mensubu
honour roll
iftihar listesi
honour the agreement
sözleşmeye uymak
honour the agreement
anlaşmaya bağlı kalmak
honour the agreement
anlaşmaya uymak
hold in high honour
(deyim) baş tacı edilmek
hold in high honour
(deyim) el üstünde tutulmak
hold in high honour
(deyim) onur göstermek
hold in high honour
(deyim) onurlandırılmak
honor
kabul edip karşılığını ödemek honor a debt borcunu ödemek
honor
(Askeri) SAYGI GÖSTERMEK, TAKDİR ETMEK: Saygı göstermek, bir şeref payesi vermek veya bir başarıyı tanımak
honor
{f} kabul etmek (çek)
honourably
şereflice
bound in honour
(Kanun) namus borcu saymakta
guest of honour
şeref misafiri
guest of honour
şeref konuğu
honor
paye
honor
fazilet
honor
tebcil etmek
honor
tazim
honor
rütbe
honor
ödemek
honoured
şereflendirmek
honoured
onurlanmak
honoured
müşerref olmak
honoured
muazzez
honouring
teşrif
legion of honour
(Askeri) şeref nişanı
meet due honour
hüsnü kabul göstermek
parole of honour
şeref sözü
committee of honour
şeref komitesi
debt of honour
namus borcu
glory and honour
şan ve şeref
guard of honour
şeref kıtası
honor
{f} şereflendir

Yunanların önde gelen tanrısı Zeus'u şereflendirmek için İsa'dan Önce 776'da ilk Olimpiyat oyunları Olimpos Dağının eteğinde düzenlendi. - In 776 B.C., the first Olympic Games were held at the foot of Mount Olympus to honor the Greeks' chief god, Zeus.

honor
bkz.honour
honor
onur nişanı vermek
honourable
namuslu
honourable
saygın
honourable
saygıdeğer
honoured
{f} şereflendir
honours
mezuniyet derecesi
honours
şeref derece
in honour of
in şerefine
in honour of
adına
man of honour
namuslu adam
medal of honour
şeref madalyası
on one's honour
şerefi üzerine
point of honour
şeref meselesi
dean's honour list
Üniversite iftihar listesi
deserving honour or respect
namus veya saygı hak
field of honour
onur alanı
great honour
büyük bir onur
guest of honour
onur konuğu
honor
onurdur
honoured
şereflendirilen
in honour of
-in şerefine
maid of honour
Baş nedime
maid of honour
nedime
matter of honour
namus davası
of honour
onur
right so.'s honour
hakkınız. 'onur
scout's honour
İzci sözü!
upon my honour/life
şerefim üzerine / yaşam
Honor
(isim) Nebahat
acceptance for honour
(Kanun) hatır kabulü
acceptance for honour
(Kanun) araya girme suretiyle kabul
acceptance for honour
(Kanun) kefil olma
affect one's honour
haysiyetine dokunmak
defend one’s honour
namusunu korumak
do oneself to have the honour
şeref addetmek
escort of honour
(Askeri) tören kıtası
escort of honour
(Askeri) tören mangası
for the honour of
birinin şerefine
for the honour of
birinin onuruna
honor
{f} şeref vermek
honor
{i} golfte başlama vuruşu hakkı
honor
{f} saygı göstermek
honor
iffet
honor
yargıçlara verilen ünvan
honor
{i} misafir ağırlama

Misafir ağırlamak ister misin? - Would you like to do the honors?

honor
nam
honor
hürmet etmek
honor
şöhret
honor
{i} özsaygı
honor
onur,v.şereflendir: n.şeref
honor
{i} saygınlık
honor
{i} hürmet
honor
{i} övünç
honor
{f} -i şereflendirmek, -e şeref vermek
honor
yüz akı
honor
{f} (bono/çek) kabul edip karşılığını ödemek
honor
{i} izzetinefis
honor
{f} saymak
honor
saygıdeğerlik
honor
ün

Üniversite ona fahri doktora unvanı verdi. - The college bestowed an honorary degree on him.

O bizim üniversite için bir onurdur. - She is an honor to our college.

honor
şeref kaynağı
honor
{i} büyük koz
honor
bkz
honor
itibar
honor
{i} haysiyet
honourable
{s} şerefli
honourable
{s} muhterem
honourable
{s} yüce
honourable
s., İng., bak. honorable
honourable
eşref
honourably
alnının akıyla
honoured
{s} onurlu
honoured
{s} şerefli
honoured
müşerref
honours
şeref payesi
honours
onur nişanı
i give you my word of honour
şeref sözü veriyorum
place of honour
şeref konuğu
restore one's honour
namusunu temizlemek
stain one's honour
onuruna leke sürmek
stain one's honour
onurunu zedelemek
stain one's honour
onurunu lekelemek
tarnish one's honour
onurunu lekelemek
tarnish one's honour
onuruna leke sürmek
tarnish one's honour
onurunu zedelemek
uphold one’s honour
namusunu korumak
İngilizce - İngilizce
A female given name, a less common spelling of Honor
A privilege

I had the honour of dining with the ambassador.

An objectification of praiseworthiness or respect; something that represents praiseworthiness or respect, such as an award given by the state to a citizen

Honours are normally awarded twice a year: on The Queen's Birthday in June and at the New Year.

For honours degree, a university qualification of the highest rank

At university I took honours in modern history.

To conform with, obey (e.g. a treaty or promise)

I trusted you, but you have not honoured your promise.

In bridge, an ace, king, queen, jack, or ten especially of the trump suit. In some other games, an ace, king, queen or jack
The centre point of the upper half of an armorial escutcheon
The right to play one's ball before one's opponent plays his
To make payment in respect of (a cheque, banker's draft etc)

I'm sorry Sir, but the bank did not honour your cheque.

Dignity; reputation as a good person

She swore on her honour.

To confer an honour or privilege upon (someone)

The prince honoured me with an invitation to his birthday banquet.

High rank or respect

Book 60, 1 Peter, 002:004 : Come to Him, the ever-living Stone, rejected indeed by men as worthless, but in God's esteem chosen and held in honour.

To think of highly, to respect highly

The freedom fighters will be forever remembered and honoured by the people.

An honour is a special award that is given to someone, usually because they have done something good or because they are greatly respected. He was showered with honours -- among them an Oscar
A large estate held by a single lord, usually consisting of several scattered manors Subtenants had to attend the Honour Court
the state of being honored
If you describe doing or experiencing something as an honour, you mean you think it is something special and desirable. Five other cities had been competing for the honour of staging the Games
If you honour an arrangement or promise, you do what you said you would do. The two sides agreed to honour a new ceasefire
Any Ace, King, Queen, Jack or 10
The right to play first
show respect towards; "honor your parents!"
bestow honor or rewards upon; "Today we honor our soldiers"; "The scout was rewarded for courageus action"
If something is arranged in honour of a particular event, it is arranged in order to celebrate that event. The Foundation is holding a dinner at the Museum of American Art in honour of the opening of their new show
{f} show respect; respect, esteem; give an award to, pay tribute, praise; accept; fulfill a promise show respect; respect, esteem; give an award to, pay tribute, praise; accept; fulfill a promise (also honor)
Honour means doing what you believe to be right and being confident that you have done what is right. I do not believe I can any longer serve with honour as a member of your government
to confer honour upon (someone)
a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction; "an award for bravery"
Curtsey, bow or balance left and right
To honour someone means to treat them or regard them with special attention and respect. Her Majesty later honoured the Headmaster with her presence at lunch Those right-wing people who most honour their monarch see no reason for any apology. + honoured hon·oured Mrs Patrick Campbell was an honoured guest
If something is arranged or happens in someone's honour, it is done specially to show appreciation of them. He will attend an outdoor concert in his honour in the centre of Paris
Honours is a type of university degree which is of a higher standard than a pass or ordinary degree. an honours degree in business studies
If someone does the honours at a social occasion or public event, they act as host or perform some official function. A well-known television personality did the honours at the official opening of the show
The element that distinguishes fencing from everything else It is a combination of honesty, integrity, self-responsibility, gallantry, ace, dignity, humility and gentleness Our creed states: Gracious and dignified in defeat; humble and gentle in victory [ Return to Top ]
politeness If you say that you would be honoured to do something, you are saying very politely and formally that you would be pleased to do it. If you say that you are honoured by something, you are saying that you are grateful for it and pleased about it. Peter Alliss says he would be honoured to be asked It's a very flattering offer, and I'm honoured by your confidence in me
{i} esteem, respect, good reputation; integrity, honesty, truthfulness; award, tribute; privilege; pride, dignity (also honor)
The privilege of being laughed at first on the tee
Judges, and mayors in the United States, are sometimes called your honour or referred to as his honour or her honour. I bring this up, your honor, because I think it is important to understand the background of the defendant. see also guest of honour, lap of honour, maid of honour
hon·our honours honouring honoured in AM, use honor
Any Ace, King, Queen, Jack or Ten
the quality of being honorable and having a good name; "a man of honor"
accept as pay; "we honor checks and drafts"
dignity; a reputation as a good person
If someone is honoured, they are given public praise or an award for something they have done. Two American surgeons were last week honoured with the Nobel Prize for Medicine and Physiology
The honour goes to last player to win a hole or take the least number of shots The player with the honour tees off first
an objectification of praiseworthiness or respect; something that represents praiseworthiness or respect
a woman's virtue or chastity
honour killing
A Middle Eastern and South Asian cultural practice whereby murder, usually of a female family member, is committed by male family members in response to a perceived slight upon the so-called honour of the family, with the intent of defending that family honour
honour roll
A list of high achieving students at a university or college
honour rolls
plural form of honour roll
honour system
Alternative spelling of honor system
honour code
An honor code or honor system is a set of rules or ethical principles governing a community based on ideals that define what constitutes honorable behavior within that community
honour killing
An honor killing is the murder of a victim by, or at the behest of, close family members with the aim of undoing the loss, or perceived loss, of wider family status owing to the actions or status of the victim. Victims are almost always female, and usually are killed for actions seen to be sexually immodest. The practice is most common in countries of the Middle East. While honour killing is widespread among rural Muslim tribes in Pakistan, Bangladesh and various Arab countries, it is much rarer in the Muslim communities of Malaysia and Indonesia, and is non-existent in Bosnia-Herzegovina and Albania. It had also occurred among Sikh adherents
honour system
An honor code or honor system is a set of rules or ethical principles governing a community based on ideals that define what constitutes honorable behavior within that community
Honor
A female given name

They had named the baby Honor because Eugenie had been moved by Honoré de Balzac's Le Père Goriot in her French class.

code of honour
Certain rules by which social intercourse is regulated among a social group, and which are founded on a regard for reputation
dubious honour
Alternative spelling of dubious honor
guest of honour
A guest in whose honour a gathering is held
honor
To show respect for
honor
The privilege of playing first from the tee in golf
honor
An ace, king, queen, jack, or ten especially of the trump suit in bridge
honor
The center point of the upper half of an armorial escutcheon
honor
To bestow an honor on a person
honourable
UK spelling of honorable
honourably
In a honourable manner
honoured
Simple past tense and past participle of honour
honoured
Respected, having received honour

One of them is the time-honoured method of our forefathers.

maid of honour
An unmarried noblewoman who was the attendant of a queen or princess
maid of honour
The chief bridesmaid at a wedding
word of honour
a promise, or a pledge of one's good faith
words of honour
plural form of word of honour
your honour
A title used to address a judge or magistrate
honor
{v} to esteen, reverence, dignify, exalt
honor
{n} reputation, the esteem due to worth, a nice regard to reputation, bravery, chatity, virtue, rank or dignity, reverence
court of honour
A court of honor (or, court of honour) is a semi-official or unofficial tribunal constituted to determine various questions of social protocol, breaches of etiquette, and other allegations of breaches of honor, or entitlement to various honors. In English the term is also a homophone for the architectural term Cour d'Honneur
dean's honour list
The Dean's Honour List is not a recognition given each year to outstanding students by their faculty
maid of honour
a principal bridesmaid
maid of honour
an unmarried noblewoman attending a queen or princess
maid of honour
a small tart filled with flavoured milk curds
Companion of Honour
a special title or honour that is given by the British queen or king to someone who has achieved something very important for the country. A person who received this title can use the letters CH after his or her name
Legion of Honour
officially Order of the Legion of Honour Highest-ranking order and decoration of the French republic. It was created by Napoleon in 1802 as a general military and civil order of merit. Membership is open to men and women, French citizens and foreigners, irrespective of rank, birth, or religion. Admission into the Legion requires 20 years of civil achievement in peacetime or extraordinary military bravery and service in times of war
guard of honour
A guard of honour is an official parade of troops, usually to celebrate or honour a special occasion, such as the visit of a head of state
guest of honour
guest of hon·our guests of honour in AM, use guest of honor If you say that someone is the guest of honour at a dinner or other social occasion, you mean that they are the most important guest
honor
Academic or university prizes or distinctions; as, honors in classics
honor
The player with the best score on the previous hole has the honour and is normally the first to tee off This can be waived in agreement with other players
honor
The side entitled to play first from the teeing ground is said to have the "honor "
honor
\'än-ër\ n 1: a good name: reputation; also : outward respect 2: PRIVILEGE 3: a person of superior standing -used esp as a title 4: one who brings respect or fame 5: an evidence or symbol of distinction 6: CHASTITY, PURITY 7: INTEGRITY syn homage, reverence, deference, obeisance
honor
A nice sense of what is right, just, and true, with course of life correspondent thereto; strict conformity to the duty imposed by conscience, position, or privilege
honor
to show respect for; to treat with deference and courtesy
honor
the state of being honored accept as pay; "we honor checks and drafts"
honor
A seigniory or lordship held of the king, on which other lordships and manors depended
honor
To show respect for (a person)
honor
{f} show respect; respect, esteem; give an award to, pay tribute, praise; accept; fulfill a promise (also honour)
honor
bestow honor or rewards upon; "Today we honor our soldiers"; "The scout was rewarded for courageus action"
honor
To conform to, abide by, act in accordance with (an agreement, request, or the like)
honor
the privilege of playing first from the tee Example: The honor generally goes to the person with the lowest score on the previous hole, and if there are ties the hole before that, and so on (In informal or casual play, especially when there are players following, the importance of the honor is superseded by the need to play without delay, and "hit when ready" is usually a more appropriate M O )
honor
a woman's virtue or chastity
honor
Honor is the defining characteristic of Western Civilization It determines what a man must do and what he must not do Honorable actions are inextricably bound up with the Ability to achieve a desired result, the Courage to undertake it and the Constancy to see it through We say that a man has honor who accepts, as a duty, the responsibility of rendering necessary and valuable service to his own people and the vital interests of his country, and in so doing puts them above his own self-interests It is the highest aspect of the Code of the Gentleman and is present only in high civilizations A man or a nation without heroes, has no honor The character and actions of George Washington comprise a complete study of the concept of honor The modern soldier, statesman and gentleman, wishing to act honorably, will find in the life of Washington an example of every situation he is likely to encounter
honor
Fame; reputation; credit
honor
Honor is a claim to worth along with the social acknowledgement of worth It serves as social rating that entitles a person to interact in specific ways with his or her equals, superiors, and subordinates, according to the prescribed cultural cues of the society There are two types of honor: ascribed, which befalls or happens to a person passively through birth, family connections or endowment by notable persons of power, and acquired, which is honor actively sought and garnered most often at the expense of one's equals in the social contest of challenge and response The correlate of honor is shame Click here for examples
honor
to accept or pay a check or bill of exchange when it becomes due
honor
An objectification of praiseworthiness, respect. (I.e., something that represents praiseworthiness, respect.)
honor
That which rightfully attracts esteem, respect, or consideration; self-respect; dignity; courage; fidelity; especially, excellence of character; high moral worth; virtue; nobleness; specif
honor
Any Ace, King, Queen, Jack or 10
honor
a woman's virtue or chastity the quality of being honorable and having a good name; "a man of honor"
honor
bestow honor or rewards upon; "Today we honor our soldiers"; "The scout was rewarded for courageus action
honor
A title applied to the holders of certain honorable civil offices, or to persons of rank; as, His Honor the Mayor
honor
the state of being honored
honor
A token of esteem paid to worth; a mark of respect; a ceremonial sign of consideration; as, he wore an honor on his breast; military honors; civil honors
honor
  Dog to sit quietly off-leash on or near the line while another dog retrieves  
honor
see honour. the American spelling of honour
honor
Act of fulfilling the credit engagement by paying, accepting, or negotiating
honor
the quality of being honorable and having a good name; "a man of honor"
honor
To regard or treat with honor, esteem, or respect; to revere; to treat with deference and submission; when used of the Supreme Being, to reverence; to adore; to worship
honor
The ace, king, queen, and jack of trumps
honor
The ten and nine are sometimes called Dutch honors
honor
A rule that the player with the lowest score hits first on the next hole
honor
a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction; "an award for bravery"
honor
To dignify; to raise to distinction or notice; to bestow honor upon; to elevate in rank or station; to ennoble; to exalt; to glorify; hence, to do something to honor; to treat in a complimentary manner or with civility
honor
That to which esteem or consideration is paid; distinguished position; high rank
honor
the privilege of playing first from the tee Example: The honor generally goes to the person with the best score on the previous hole, and if that is not clear the hole before that, and so on (In informal or casual play, especially when there are players following, the honor's importance is superseded by the need to play without delay, and "hit when ready" is usually a more appropriate MO )
honor
To accept and pay when due; as, to honora bill of exchange
honor
{i} esteem, respect, good reputation; integrity, honesty, truthfulness; award, tribute; privilege; pride, dignity (also honour)
honor
show respect towards; "honor your parents!"
honor
See Note under Honorable
honor
(card) - Is one of the high cards in a suit, such as an Ace, King, Queen, Jack, or 10
honor
(aka: "honour") the privilege of playing first from the tee Usually the result of having the lowest score on the previous hole (Note: In informal or casual play, especially when there are players following, the honor's importance is superseded by the need to play without delay, and "hit when ready")
honor
(n or adj ) A Jack, Queen, King, or Ace
honor
A state of being or state of character, that people possess by living up to the complex set of all the values that make up the public moral code Honor includes: integrity, courage, loyalty, respect, selfless-service, and duty Honor demands adherence to a public moral code, not protection of a reputation
honor
accept as pay; "we honor checks and drafts"
honor
in men, integrity; uprightness; trustworthness; in women, purity; chastity
honor
A cause of respect and fame; a glory; an excellency; an ornament; as, he is an honor to his nation
honor
(Gk- time; pron tih'-may): for the Greeks honor was a central virtue; it is the loss of honor which Achilles frequently mentions as the source of his rage; honor was the respect which was due according to one's reputation and rank; it also suggested a keen sense of right and wrong (see aidos above) c
honor
To play first off the tee, the privilege of the winner of the preceding hole
honor
a woman's virtue or chastity the quality of being honorable and having a good name; "a man of honor" the state of being honored accept as pay; "we honor checks and drafts" bestow honor or rewards upon; "Today we honor our soldiers"; "The scout was rewarded for courageus action
honor
Esteem due or paid to worth; high estimation; respect; consideration; reverence; veneration; manifestation of respect or reverence
honor
A virtue or distinguishable characteristic of an individual that implies the individual is obligated to follow a specific set of written or unwritten moral guidelines Honor implies that the individual has given one's word as a guarantee of future moral performance
honourable
used as a title of respect; "my honorable colleague"; "our worthy commanding officer"
honourable
hon·our·able in AM, use honorable1. If you describe people or actions as honourable, you mean that they are good and deserve to be respected and admired. I believe he was an honourable man, dedicated to the people and his union However, their intentions are honourable. + honourably hon·our·ably He also felt she had not behaved honorably in the leadership election
honourable
showing or characterized by honor and integrity; "an honorable man"; "led an honorable life"; "honorable service to his country"
honourable
{s} deserving of respect and admiration; trustworthy, reliable, upright, principled (also honorable)
honourable
Honourable is used as a title before the names of some members of the nobility, judges, and some other officials. the Honourable Mr Justice Swinton Thomas
honourable
worthy of respect
honourable
{i} one who is honest or principled; one who holds the title of Honorable (title of respect given to certain high-ranking officials; British courtesy title given to the children of peers below the rank of Marquis)
honourable
adhering to ethical and moral principles; "it seems ethical and right"; "followed the only honorable course of action"; "had the moral courage to stand alone"
honourable
chivalrous
honourable
gallant
honourably
with honor; "he was honorably discharged after many years fo service"
honourably
with honor, in an honorable manner (also honorably)
honoured
Respected, having received honor
honoured
worthy of honor; "an honored name"; "our honored dead"
honoured
{s} respected, esteemed, held in high regard ((alsor honored)
honoured
past of honor
honouring
{i} act of giving honor, act of showing esteem or respect (also honoring)
honouring
present participle of honour
honours
a university degree with honors
honours
Third-person singular of to honour
lap of honour
If the winner of a race or game does a lap of honour, they run or drive slowly around a race track or sports field in order to receive the applause of the crowd
maid of honour
bridesmaid, female attendant to the bride
maid of honour
A maid of honour is the chief bridesmaid at a wedding
matron of honour
matron of honor matrons of honour a married woman who helps the bride on her wedding day bridesmaid
roll of honour
A roll of honour is a list of the names of people who are admired or respected for something they have done, such as doing very well in a sport or exam. a list of people who are officially praised, especially because they were brave in battle American Equivalent: honor roll
honour