[glawr-uh-fahy, glohr-] /ˈglɔr əˌfaɪ, ˈgloʊr-/
verb (used with object), glorified, glorifying.
to cause to be or treat as being more splendid, excellent, etc., than would normally be considered.
to honor with praise, admiration, or worship; extol.
to make glorious; invest with .
to praise the of (God), especially as an act of worship.
verb (transitive) -fies, -fying, -fied
to make glorious
to make more splendid; adorn
to worship, exalt, or adore
to cause to seem more splendid or imposing than reality
mid-14c., from Old French glorifier, from Late Latin glorificare “to glorify,” from Latin gloria (see glory) + -ficare, from facere “to make, do” (see factitious). Related: Glorified; glorifying.
(1.) To make glorious, or cause so to appear (John 12:28; 13:31, 32; 17:4,5). (2.) Spoken of God to “shew forth his praise” (1 Cor. 6:20; 10:31).
/ˌɡləʊrɪˈəʊsə/ noun 1. any plant of the bulbous tropical African genus Gloriosa, some species of which are grown as ornamental greenhouse climbers for their showy flowers of yellow, orange, and red: family Liliaceae Also called glory lily
[glawr-ee-ohl, glohr-] /ˈglɔr iˌoʊl, ˈgloʊr-/ noun 1. a halo, nimbus, or aureole. /ˈɡlɔːrɪˌəʊl/ noun 1. another name for a halo, nimbus (sense 2), nimbus (sense 3)
[glawr-ee-oh-suh, glohr-] /ˌglɔr iˈoʊ sə, ˌgloʊr-/ noun 1. a climbing lily of the genus Gloriosa, native to Africa and Asia, having showy red and yellow flowers.
[glawr-ee-uh s, glohr-] /ˈglɔr i əs, ˈgloʊr-/ adjective 1. delightful; wonderful; completely enjoyable: to have a glorious time at the circus. 2. conferring : a glorious victory. 3. full of ; entitled to great renown: England is glorious in her poetry. 4. brilliantly beautiful or magnificent; splendid: a glorious summer day. 5. Archaic. blissfully drunk. […]