veneration

  1. a profound fear inspired by a deity
  2. religious zeal; willingness to serve God

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Veneration

Veneration (Latin veneratio or dulia, Greek δουλεία, douleia), or veneration of saints, is the act of honoring a saint, a person who has been identified as having a high degree of sanctity or holiness. Angels are shown similar veneration in many religions. Philologically, `to venerate` derives from the Latin verb, venerare, meaning to reg.....
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Veneration

• (n.) The act of venerating, or the state of being venerated; the highest degree of respect and reverence; respect mingled with awe; a feeling or sentimental excited by the dignity, wisdom, or superiority of a person, by sacredness of character, by consecration to sacred services, or by hallowed associations.Veneration: words in the definitio...
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veneration

(from the article `worship`) ...Vehicle) Buddhism. To worship any being or object other than God alone is thus understood to be an engagement in idolatry, though other beings, ... ...disputes continued to rage between mendicants and seculars and between bishops and canons or archdeacons. Even more than in the past, Christian ... The ...
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veneration

cultism noun religious zeal; the willingness to serve God
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Veneration

Ven`er·a'tion noun [ Latin veneratio : confer French vénération .] The act of venerating, or the state of being venerated; the highest degree of respect and reverence; respect mingled with awe; a feeling or sentimental excited by the dignity, wisdom, or superiority of a person, by sacredn...
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Veneration

In traditional Christian churches (for example, Catholicism and Eastern Orthodoxy), veneration (Latin veneratio, Greek δουλια dulia), or veneration of saints, is a special act of honoring a dead person who has been identified as singular in the traditions of the religion, and through them honoring God who made them and...
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veneration

regard with deep respect 
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