1. Also, hon·or·if·i·cal.
doing or conferring honor
, as a title or a grammatical form used in speaking to or about a superior, elder, etc.
(in certain languages, as Chinese and Japanese) a class of forms used to show respect, especially in direct address.
a title or term of respect.
Origin: 1640–50; Related forms
< Latin honōrificus
honor-making. See honor
is always a great word to know.
So is lollapalooza. Does it mean: