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honour

(US), honor
1. 
a. Bridge Poker any of the top five cards in a suit or any of the four aces at no trumps
b. Whist any of the top four cards
2. Golf the right to tee off first

Honour

a. a title used to or of certain judges
b. (in Ireland) a form of address in general use
References in classic literature ?
The mere idea of a woman's appealing to her family to screen her husband's business dishonour was inadmissible, since it was the one thing that the Family, as an institution, could not do.
she who could prefer death to dishonour, must have a proud and a powerful soul.
Dishonour of a cheque and subletting without the consent of the owner of the apartment are governed by two different laws and the Public Prosecution may consider the dishonour of a cheque on a standalone basis.
Those who dishonour Masajid meant for the worship of Allah alone, are in reality the enemies of Muslim ummah and the religion of Islam.
A Fianna Fail politician is worried Irish soccer fans might dishonour our national flag at Euro 2016.
Shafiq said, "It's actually horrifying that a woman, sitting in a high position, who herself has headed a sexual harassment committee, is subjected to such kind of dishonour.
The pervert, from Edinburgh, bargained on the kid keeping quiet so as not to bring dishonour on her family - but he was wrong.
THE National Commission for Women ( NCW) has written to the Union home ministry to increase the ambit of ' murder' in honour killing cases to include driving people to suicide for bringing dishonour to families.
This was deemed to bring dishonour to her husband and to both families.
He added: ``I am quite satisfied that you felt that this young woman had brought dishonour upon her family and upon your community.
We are dismayed by the division in our church and the dishonour this has brought on our church and our Lord Jesus.