|Ära englanniksi||ara en, ARA en, Ara en, age de, epoch de, honor sv, oar sv, macaw fi, era de|
: ux|en|What is the present age of a man, or of the earth?
: ux|en|Wisdom doesnt necessarily come with age, sometimes age just shows up all by itself.
: ux|en|to come of age; he (or she) is of age
: ux|en|the age of consent; the age of discretion
: ux|en|the golden age; the age of Pericles
: ux|en|the Bronze Age was followed by the Iron Age; the Tithonian Age was the last in the Late Jurassic epoch
: ux|en|There are three ages living in her house.
: ux|en|Its been an age since we last saw you.
: ux|en|Grief ages us.
: ux|en|Moneys a little tight right now, lets age our bills for a week or so.
: ux|en|One his first assignments was to age the accounts receivable.
*: They live one hundred and thirty years, and never age for all that.
*: I am aging; that is, I have a whitish, or rather a light-coloured, hair here and there.
: ux|en|He grew fat as he aged.
: The crowds gave the returning general much honor and praise.
*: A prophet is not without honour, save in his own country.
: He was a most perfect knight, for he had great honor and chivalry.
: His honor was unstained.
: Honors are normally awarded twice a year: on The Queens Birthday in June and at the New Year.
: He wore an honor on his breast.
: military honors; civil honors
: Audie Murphy received many honors, such as the Distinguished Service Cross.
*: their funeral honors
: I had the honour of dining with the ambassador.
: Ill let you have the honours, Bob—go ahead.
: He is an honour to his nation.
: At university I took honours in modern history.
: The freedom fighters will be forever remembered and honored by the people.
: I trusted you, but you have not honored your promise.
: refuse to honor the test ban treaty
: Ten members of the profession were honored at the ceremony.
: The prince honored me with an invitation to his birthday banquet.
: Im sorry Sir, but the bank did not honour your cheque.
: He is a good oar.
*: Turning the long tables upside down — and there were twelve of them — they seated themselves, one behind another, within the upturned table tops as though they were boats and were about to oar their way into some fabulous ocean.