[on-uh-rif-ik] /ˌɒn əˈrɪf ɪk/
Also, honorifical. doing or conferring .
conveying , as a title or a grammatical form used in speaking to or about a superior, elder, etc.
(in certain languages, as Chinese and Japanese) a class of forms used to show respect, especially in direct address.
a title or term of respect.
showing or conferring honour or respect
1640s, from Latin honorificus “that which does honor,” from honorem (see honor (n.)) + -ficus “making,” from stem of facere “make, do” (see factitious). As a noun, by 1867.
[oh-noh-ris kou-sah; English o-nawr-is kaw-zuh, o-nohr-] /oʊˈnoʊ rɪs ˈkaʊ sɑ; English ɒˈnɔr ɪs ˈkɔ zə, ɒˈnoʊr-/ Latin. 1. as a sign of respect (usually describing an honorary college or university degree). /hɒˈnɔːrɪs ˈkaʊzɑː/ uknown 1. for the sake of honour
[hoh-nawr-ee-uh s, -nohr-] /hoʊˈnɔr i əs, -ˈnoʊr-/ noun 1. Flavius [fley-vee-uh s] /ˈfleɪ vi əs/ (Show IPA), a.d. 384–423, Roman emperor of the West 395–423. noun 1. died a.d. 638, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 625–638. noun 1. (Lamberto Scannabecchi) died 1130, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1124–30. noun 1. (Cencio Savelli) died 1227, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1216–27. noun […]
- Honorius I
noun 1. died a.d. 638, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 625–638.
- Honorius II
noun 1. (Lamberto Scannabecchi) died 1130, Italian ecclesiastic: pope 1124–30.