English to Hebrew Meaning :: venerate

Venerate :
לְהַעֲרִיץ
לְהַעֲרִיץ, לְהוֹקִיר, לַחֲלוֹק כָּבוֹד, לְכַבֵּד - לְהַעֲרִיץלְהַעֲרִיץנערץמכבד אותםכיבדו
 
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Verb(1) Regard with feelings of respect and reverence(2) Consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of(3) Revere

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(1) Hinduism asserts that all ways of belief are equally valid, and Hindus readily venerate the saints, and the sacred objects, of other faiths.(2) Today, pilgrims travel to Sergiyev Posad to venerate the saint's relics, and 300 seminarians study theology there.(3) They worship and venerate their own, but turn on players of the other side.(4) Creation's magnificence leads us to such foundational religious concepts as respecting the stranger, venerating God, and so on.(5) They, therefore, offer worship and not mere veneration to it.(6) Big corporations tend to treat venerated logos with deep respect.(7) And everyone knows also that Sinn Fu00d4u00f6u00a3u252cu00abin, to the extent that it is separate from the IRA, not merely respects but venerates the military wing.(8) His body was later taken to Whitby abbey, where he was venerated as a saint.(9) While venerating an iron milepost we were persuaded by a couple of local ladies to try the pub.(10) Just maybe we can confront our place with awe and admiration, respect and veneration .(11) The Holy Icons were being destroyed, and their venerators were being severely persecuted.(12) Of all the saints venerated by the French in the nineteenth century, Mary was the most prominent.(13) Saint Susanna has been venerated primarily in Rome, where she has a church dedicated to her.(14) She has been one of the most venerated saints of the modern era.(15) Broadway is a strange beast: a Medea that kills its young while venerating the venerable.(16) In effect, her job was simply to be Dawn Fraser, be inspiring to all those young Olympians who had grown up venerating her name.
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Verb
1. revere ::
לְהַעֲרִיץ
2. regard highly ::
בהקשר מאוד
3. reverence ::
יִראַת כָּבוֹד
4. worship ::
פולחן
5. hallow ::
לְקַדֵשׁ
6. hold sacred ::
שמקודש
7. exalt ::
לְרוֹמֵם
8. vaunt ::
לְהִתְפַּאֵר
9. adore ::
לְהַעֲרִיץ
10. honor ::
כָּבוֹד
11. respect ::
כבוד
12. esteem ::
הַעֲרָכָה
Different Forms
venerate, venerated, venerates, venerating
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