Definition of Honorifics

1. Noun. (plural of honorific) ¹



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Definition of Honorifics

1. honorific [n] - See also: honorific

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Honorifics

honorary officer
honorary society
honorary trust
honorary trusts
honored
honoree
honorees
honorer
honorers
honorific
honorificabilitudinitatibus
honorificabilitudinities
honorificabilitudinity
honorifical
honorifically
honorifics (current term)
honoring
honorless
honorous
honors
honostyled
honour
honour'd
honour killing
honour killings
honour roll
honour rolls
honour system
honourabilities
honourability

Literary usage of Honorifics

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1. A Handbook of Colloquial Japanese by Basil Hall Chamberlain (1898)
"honorifics. 392. No language in the world is more saturated with honorific idioms than Japanese. These idioms affect, not only the vocabulary, ..."

2. The American Language: An Inquiry Into the Development of English in the by Henry Louis Mencken (1921)
"But the record must have an end. 3. honorifics Among the honorifics in everyday use in England and the United States one finds many ..."

3. Japan Today by James Augustin Brown Scherer (1904)
"THE AWFUL JAPANESE LANGUAGE €[ What it is Not—honorifics— Chinese Complications—The Blunders of Beginners—" Why I Study English" ..."

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