Prestige refers to a good reputation or high esteem, though in earlier usage, it meant showiness.
Prestige may also refer to:
- Prestige Records, American record label
- Prestige (Daddy Yankee album), a 2012 album by Daddy Yankee
- The Prestige, 1995 novel by Christopher Priest
- The Prestige (film), 2006 American film directed by Christopher Nolan
- USS Prestige, various American ships
- Prestige (oil tanker), oil tanker
- Prestige oil spill, caused by the oil tanker sinking in Spanish waters in 2002
- MSC Prestige, a container ship
- Various guitars manufactured by Ibanez
- Ibanez RG Prestige
- Prestige (beer), a Haitian lager
- Plaxton Prestige, a single-deck bus body built by Plaxton
- Prestige Stakes, a thoroughbred horse race in Great Britain
- Prestige Novices' Hurdle, a Grade 2 National Hunt hurdle race in Great Britain
- Prestige group, Real Estate Developer in India.
- Prestige (sociolinguistics), esteem in which languages or dialects are held
- George Leonard Prestige (1889-1955), English theologian
- Prestige Brands, American manufacturer of personal care and home cleaning products
- Prestige Elite, typeface
- Prestige format, square-bound printing format for some comic books
Other articles related to "prestige":
... For example, some accents hold more prestige than others depending on the cultural context ... Also, certain accents tend to carry more prestige in some societies over other accents ... In addition to prestige, research has shown that certain accents may also be associated with less intelligence, and having poorer social skills ...
... Sneak Preview (Prestige, 1971) Louisiana Slim (Prestige, 1971) Bad walkin' woman (Prestige, 1972) Where I'm comin' from (Prestige, 1973) ...
... •2012 - SEM Ranked #2 (out of 1900 public high schools) -Washington Post High School Challenge •2012 - SEM Ranked #4 (out of 1000 public high schools) -Newsweek.com. ...
... Sure 'Nuff (Prestige, 1969) Black Magic (Prestige, 1970) Black on Black! (Prestige, 1970) My Black Flower (Muse Records, 1976) I Concentrate on You (Muse, 1977) ...
Famous quotes containing the word prestige:
“A Carpaccio in Venice, la Berma in Phèdre, masterpieces of visual or theatrical art that the prestige surrounding them made so alive, that is so invisible, that, if I were to see a Carpaccio in a gallery of the Louvre or la Berma in some play of which I had never heard, I would not have felt the same delicious surprise at finally setting eyes on the unique and inconceivable object of so many thousands of my dreams.”
—Marcel Proust (18711922)
“A bad short story or novel or poem leaves one comparatively calm because it does not exist, unless it gets a fake prestige through being mistaken for good work. It is essentially negative, it is something that has not come through. But over bad criticism one has a sense of real calamity.”
—Rebecca West (18921983)
“Prestige is the shadow of money and power. Where these are, there it is. Like the national market for soap or automobiles and the enlarged arena of federal power, the national cash-in area for prestige has grown, slowly being consolidated into a truly national system.”
—C. Wright Mills (19161962)