|as honor||honoris causa|
|(British) respect, dignity (alternate spelling for honor), show respect; fulfill a promise (alternate spelling for honor)||honour|
|(Greek Mythology) king of Elis, one of the Argonauts (wagered Hercules that his cattle stables could not be cleaned in one day and was killed for refusing to honor the bet)||Augeas|
|(Latin) ancient Roman game of chance based on the use of dice; (Classical Mythology) nickname of Athena that refers to a holy place built in her honor by Aleus; old city located on the Eastern border of Arcadia||alea|
|24th letter of English alphabet, 24th letter of the alphabet, a Cartesian coordinate along the x-axis, an algebraic variable, any card that is not an honor, by, erase, nix, cross out with an X, ex, extension||x|
|able to do more, able to pay, affording pleasure, ample, beneficial, beneficial effect, benefit, asset; something positive; virtue, decency, honor, excellent; pleasant; pleasurable; decent; valid; well-behaved; in fine condition; competent, skilled; po...||good|
|academic honor society, honor society member||Phi Beta Kappa|
|achievement or distinction, astounding beauty, awesome splendor, exaltation, expressing surprise, exult, rejoice, fame; honor; praise; splendor; beauty, halo, heaven, praise of deity||glory|
|act of giving honor, act of showing esteem or respect||honoring|
|act of saluting, firing guns as military honor, formally praise or honor somebody, gesture of respect, give formal sign of respect, greet somebody, raise the right hand to the right side of the forehead (as a sign of respect or acknowledgement); honor ...||salute|
|admiration, respect, high regard, regard as something, honor, admire, value, valuation, value highly||esteem|
|adorn with laurels; honor publicly, praise, bay, bay tree, small evergreen tree with glossy green leaves; wreath of bay leaves used as a symbol of victory or distinction, crown with laurel, give somebody award, honor for achievement, Mediterranean ever...||laurel|
|Amerigo Vespucci (1451-1512), Italian navigator and explorer in whose honor the Americas were named||Vespucci|
|appoint somebody, appoint someone (for a position, office, or honor); designate, select, enter horse for race, propose somebody||nominate|
|appointed; proposed for candidacy (for an office or an honor)||nominated|
|appointment, appointment; proposal of a candidate (for an office or an honor), somebody or something proposed||nomination|
|attractive item, award, ornament; adornment; beautification; medal or honor which is bestowed upon someone (e.g. in the armed forces), ornamentation, painting and papering||decoration|
|award or honor, expression of praise, curved molding, knighting, public recognition, sign of praise||accolade|
|award somebody a medal, change appearance of room, make something attractive, ornament; adorn; make beautiful; bestow a medal or honor on someone (e.g. in the armed forces)||decorate|
|award winner, crowned with laurel, deserving honor, made of laurel, one who has been honored or received an award for outstanding achievement in a particular field; poet laureate, worthy of honor, deserving recognition; crowned with laurels as a mark o...||laureate|
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