[on-uh-rair-ee-uh m] /ˌɒn əˈrɛər i əm/
noun, plural honorariums, honoraria
[on-uh-rair-ee-uh] /ˌɒn əˈrɛər i ə/ (Show IPA)
a payment in recognition of acts or professional services for which custom or propriety forbids a price to be set:
The mayor was given a modest honorarium for delivering a speech to our club.
a fee for services rendered by a professional person.
noun (pl) -iums, -ia (-ɪə)
a fee paid for a nominally free service
“honorary reward,” 1650s, from Latin honorarium (donum), literally “honorary (gift),” but in Latin meaning “bribe paid to get appointed to an honorary post,” neuter of adjective honorarius “for the sake of honor,” from honos (see honor (n.)).
[on-uh-rer-ee] /ˈɒn əˌrɛr i/ adjective 1. given for only, without the usual requirements, duties, privileges, emoluments, etc.: The university presented the new governor with an honorary degree. 2. holding a title or position conferred for only: an honorary president. 3. (of an obligation) depending on one’s for fulfillment. 4. conferring or commemorating or distinction. 5. […]
noun 1. a priest attached to a cathedral but not entitled to receive a stipend or to vote in the chapter.
[on-er-bound] /ˈɒn ərˈbaʊnd/ adjective 1. bound by or placed under the obligation of honor: She felt honor-bound to defend her friend.
noun 1. a prison work camp operating on an honor system.