- "to regard with respect tinged with awe; to venerate.” From the Latin verb revereri meaning “revere, fear” from the Latin prefix re- (intensifier) and the Latin deponent verb vereor, verēri, veritus meaning “fear, respect, stand in awe of.” (All information is from www.wikipedia.org
– irreverent, reverential, reverence
- “The youngsters on the ballclub revered the grizzled old veteran for his work ethic and character.”
GUESS THE APHORISM:
When in Rome... (scroll for answer)
Answer: ...do as the Romans do.