honest = hon(荣誉) + est(实质) = 展现荣誉实质的→诚实的, 正直的
honor = honor(荣誉) = honor荣誉,光荣
Another example is the Surya Kund in Modhera, northern Gujarat, next to the Sun Temple, built by King Bhima I in 1026 to honour the sun god Surya.
It was a richly deserved honour.
He was showered with honours – among them an Oscar.
I let them take the honour of it to themselves.
The people came to honour their leader.
Children should honour their father and mother.
The bank informed him that the cheque would not be honored.
Those right-wing people who most honour their monarch see no reason for any apology.
The two sides agreed to honour a new ceasefire.
Mr Ashkenazy has informed us that he will be unable to honour his contract to perform the piano recital.
We pray that both sides will continue to honour their commitment to the peace agreement.
Two American surgeons were honoured with the Nobel Prize for Medicine and Physiology.
It's a very flattering offer, and I'm honoured by your confidence in me.
To honour them, everyone dressed for dinner.
The prophet taught that the only way to honour God was to serve mankind.
Mr. Putin honoured him by inviting him to his inauguration when he was elected president.
Her Majesty later honoured the Headmaster with her presence at lunch.
Mr Reddy has been honoured by the Pope by being made a knight of St Gregory.
He was honored with an award for excellence in teaching.
n. in honour bound：按照道德义务
We are bound in honour to help the flood victims.
Her father was a good friend of mine, and I felt honour bound to help her when she was in trouble.
n. in honour of sth：为纪念…；为庆祝…
The Foundation is holding a dinner at the Museum of American Art in honour of the opening of their new show.
n. in sb's honour;in honour of sb：为了向某人表示敬意
He will attend an outdoor concert in his honour in the centre of Paris.
n. on your honour;upon your honour：以名誉担保；参见：honours
On my honour, I don't know anything about it.
n. to do honour to sb/sth：向…表示敬意
His contributions to science do honour to our country.
They dressed their ships with flags to do honour to the leader.
n. to do sb the honour of doing sth：做某事给某人增光
Perhaps as it is so close to noon, you would do me the honour of having lunch with me.
He is an honour to the school.
Young men arrive seeking honour – and revenge.
The officers died faithful to Poland and to the honour of a soldier.
I do not believe I can any longer serve with honour as a member of your government.
It is an honour to work with her.
Tchaikovsky was given a state funeral – the first commoner to be granted this honour.
the honour of hosting the Olympic games
Most of the high honours usually go to long-serving MPs loyal to the government.
n. honour bright：至高的荣誉