Definition of Honorand
1. an honoree [n -S] - See also: honoree
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Literary usage of Honorand
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Public Organization in Ancient Greece: A Documentary Study by Nicholas F. Jones (1987)
"458 and 459, call for the enrollment of the honorand in the phyle of his choice. ... 489, calls for the honorand to be enrolled in the phyle of his choice ..."
2. Kos Between Hellenism and Rome: Studies on the Political, Institutional, and by Kostas Buraselis (2000)
"However, this fragment is important since it obviously belongs to the justificative part of the decree, in which the benefactions of the unknown honorand ..."
3. The Inscriptions of Kourion by Terence Bruce Mitford (1971)
"The man whose civic honors are here enumerated may be honorand, father of the honorand or dedicant, these participles either in the accusative, genitive, ..."
4. Studies in Attic Epigraphy, History, and Topography by Eugene Vanderpool (1982)
"IG II-, 351, lines 21-25 (330/29 BC): the context of this decree was, among other things, the honorand's gift of a large sum of money for the construction ..."
5. St. Nicholas by Mary Mapes Dodge (1884)
"... the captive page Renaud stood before the Saracen prince Anar, and the prince asked the boy: "As between thine honorand thy head, young Christian, ..."
6. A Supplement to Allibone's Critical Dictionary of English Literature and by John Foster Kirk, Kirk, John Foster, 1824-1904, Samuel Austin Allibone (1891)
"While his book has, to our thinking, some marked faults, it has predominant merits which do him honorand make the work a real addition to the history of ..."