n. Honor; dignity; distinction; worthiness; honorable character or condition; good name; credit.n. The outward recognition of merit; reverence; respect; deference.n. Specifically, the reverence and homage which is or ought to be paid to God or a deity; adoration, sacrifice, praise, prayer, thanksgiving, or other devotional acts performed in honor of the Supreme Being or a god, and as part of religion.n. Fervent esteem, admiration, or devotion; adoration.n. Praise; glorification; celebration.n. A title of honor used in addressing certain magistrates and others of rank or station. Abbreviated wp.n. A church or chapel; a place devoted to the worship of God.To honor; respect; regard with reverence, respect, or deference.To show respect to; treat with consideration or honor; pay one's respects to.Specifically, to adore; pay divine honors to; show reverence to, with supreme respect and veneration; perform religious service to.To love or admire inordinately; devote one's self to; act toward or treat as if divine; idolize: as, to worship wealth or power.Synonyms Adore, Worship, Reverence, etc. See adore.To perform acts of adoration; perform religious service.To love or admire a person inordinately.