|kunnioitus englanniksi||respect, esteem, honor, reverence, deference, piety, veneration|
: He is an intellectual giant, and I have great respect for him.
: we do respect people for their dignity and worth.
: The mourners paid their last respects to the deceased poet.
: This years model is superior to last years in several respects.
: She is an intellectual giant, and I respect her greatly.
: I respect your right to hold that belief, although I think it is nonsense.
: They failed to respect the treaty they had signed, and invaded.
*: Thou respectest not spilling Edwards blood.
*: In orchards and gardens, we do not so much respect beauty as variety of ground for fruits, trees, and herbs.
*: Glandulation respects the secretory vessels, which are either glandules, follicles, or utricles.
*: To whom my father gave this name of Gaspar, / And as his own respected him to death.
*: Palladius adviseth, the front of his house should so respect the South...
*: Will he esteem thy riches?
*: You talk kindlier: we esteem you for it.
: Mary is an esteemed member of the community.
*: Then he forsook God, which made him, and lightly esteemed the Rock of his salvation.
*: Thou shouldst (gentle reader) esteem his censure and authority to be of the more weighty credence.
*: Famous men, whose scientific attainments were esteemed hardly less than supernatural.
*: And greatly do I respect the solid character, — a blockhead, thou wilt say; yes, but a well- conditioned blockhead, and the best-conditioned, — who esteems all ‘Customs once solemnly acknowledged’ to be ultimate, divine, and the rule for a man to walk by, nothing doubting, not inquiring farther.
: The Earth, which I esteem unable to reflect the rays of the Sun.
: 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.
*: Make twenty reverences upon receiving ... about twopence.
*: When discords, and quarrels, and factions, are carried openly and audaciously, it is a sign the reverence of government is lost.
: your reverence
*: I am forced to lay my reverence by.
: The children treated their elders with deference.
: By tidying his room, he showed deference to his mother.
: Colleens piety led her to make sacrifices that most people would not have made.
*: In Miss Jemimas eyes an autograph letter of her sister, Miss Pinkerton, was an object of as deep veneration as would have been a letter from a sovereign.