English to Maori Meaning of reverence - te faatura

Reverence :
te faatura

lī'oa, te faatura, whakapono, whakawhirinaki, āpitihanga, honore, koropiko, kiritau, te tura, faatura, faahiahia, karakiatia, haamoriraa, whakahere

te tura orefaaturawehifaaturae wehi
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Definitions of reverence in English
Noun(1) a feeling of profound respect for someone or something(2) a reverent mental attitude(3) an act showing respect (especially a bow or curtsy
Verb(1) regard with feelings of respect and reverence; consider hallowed or exalted or be in awe of
Examples of reverence in English
(1) The woman's presence drew reverence from deep within Portia's soul, though Portia was unaware of the connecting path between their hearts.(2) In Spain, the dance is done to reverence the Blessed Sacrament, a consecrated wafer used in Communion.(3) Even when they appear to uphold religious traditions, in their hearts, heterodox rabbis, he claims, do not reverence the name of God they pretend to bless.(4) These words reflect the great reverence , respect and love that the Prophet always showed towards animals.(5) When I got there in my family's carriage, Jean-Luc, my family's driver, helped me put down my baggage and I said my goodbyes to him, and he made a brief reverence and went back home.(6) Therefore we reverence the Scriptures and assign them pride of place in our worship and teaching.(7) In fact walkers are indeed kindred spirits - sharing a deep respect and reverence for the landscape, culture and heritage of the area.(8) His enthusiasm and commanding personality enabled him to influence greatly the work of many of his juniors, so that they came to reverence him as the founder of their careers.(9) The large, solid iron gates opened with an ear-piercing shriek and Ithelien carried me across it swiftly; the guards made a reverence as I galloped past.(10) Cultural strain remains greatest in Japan, where concepts of brain death remain unacceptable to many people and traditional attitudes to death reverence the body and its transformation into a new ancestor.(11) the messenger made his reverence(12) Figures who dismiss argument - like the Pythagoreans, who reverence their Master and want only to treasure his words - are always seen as philosophically marginal.(13) rituals showed honor and reverence for the dead(14) He will be remembered with deep affection and reverence by the countless numbers of people whose lives he touched and influenced.(15) That's why many view the law of the river with nearly biblical reverence .(16) They were able to persuade people that Stonehenge should be a place of reverence and respect, and to deal with the tiny group of people who felt compelled to climb up the stones without creating a riot.
(1) revere ::
1. high esteem ::
kiritau tiketike
2. high regard ::
whakaaro tiketike
3. great respect ::
faatura nui
4. acclaim ::
mau horo'a
5. admiration ::
6. appreciation ::
7. estimation ::
i whakarite ai
8. favor ::
9. revere ::
10. fear ::
11. venerate ::
Different Forms
irreverence, reverence, reverenced, reverences, reverencing
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