igalang, gumalang, sumamba, sambahin, pagpitaganan, magpitagan, nang labis, magpitaganan, pamitaganan
Noun(1) American silversmith remembered for his midnight ride (celebrated in a poem by Longfellow, 1735-1818(2) a lapel on a woman's garment; turned back to show the reverse side
Verb(1) love unquestioningly and uncritically or to excess; venerate as an idol(2) regard with feelings of respect and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of
(1) The point is, from an early age, children come to admire and revere superheroes, if not for what they stand for, then for what they can do.(2) The people of Bastar revere their heroes and worship Mother Earth for her life sustaining bounty.(3) This is because they worship and revere the jaguar as the Amazon's ultimate predator.(4) Just as we are commanded to show respect for God's name, so also must we revere His teachings.(5) It is, therefore, obligatory on every Muslim to respect and revere these holy places.(6) I adore, admire and revere their faith, their endurance, their agonizing love for God.(7) We will always love you, and revere your amazing grace in that wonderful season.(8) It is obvious to see why we revere literature of this sort; why we offer Nobel prizes to its creators, and form awestruck reading groups to pay it homage.(9) Now the tantric injunction to respect, honor and revere the body makes sense.(10) If we could revere our planet with the same respect and love that we gave in the past to God, it would benefit us as well as Earth.(11) He reveres tradition and worships speed, riding hundreds of miles a week, logging at least 30 miles before work.(12) It's rare to find a singer who reveres his fans almost as much as they worship him.(13) Survivals from the earliest centuries of Christianity were also revered among their treasures.(14) There great footballers are revered , and, crucially, are measured by the prizes they have won.(15) There is no better way to consider the significance of the Sun in astrology than to reflect upon its importance to a culture whose survival was dependent upon respecting and revering its power.(16) Here was a man who loved and revered God more than anyone I had ever known, either in person or in their writings.
(1) revere :: pagpitaganan
1. respect ::
2. admire ::
3. honor ::
4. think highly of ::
sa tingin mataas na ng
5. esteem ::
6. hold in high esteem ::
i-hold sa mataas na pagpapahalaga
7. hold in high regard ::
hawak sa mataas-alang
8. look up to ::
9. put on a pedestal ::
ilagay sa isang pedestal
10. lionize ::
tratuhing parang sikat
11. reverence ::
12. revers ::
Different Formsrevere, revered, reveres, revering
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