self-reverent

reverent

[rev-er-uhnt, rev-ruhnt]
adjective
feeling, exhibiting, or characterized by reverence; deeply respectful: a reverent greeting.

Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English < Latin reverent- (stem of reverēns), present participle of reverērī to revere1; see -ent

reverently, adverb
reverentness, noun
nonreverent, adjective
nonreverently, adverb
self-reverent, adjective
unreverent, adjective
unreverently, adverb

reverend, reverent.
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reverent (ˈrɛvərənt, ˈrɛvrənt)
 
adj
feeling, expressing, or characterized by reverence
 
[C14: from Latin reverēns respectful]
 
'reverently
 
adv
 
'reverentness
 
n

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reverent
late 15c., from L. reverentem, prp. of revereri (see reverence). From 14c. through 17c., commonly also used for reverend (adj.).
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