Homage ( /ˈhɒmɨdʒ/ or /ˈɒmɨdʒ/) is a show or demonstration of respect or dedication to someone or something, sometimes by simple declaration but often by some more oblique reference, artistic or poetic.
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... to encourage joy, happiness, and love) Taara (homage to bravery) Sécurité (homage to the army) Janjo (homage to bravery) Musolu (homage to women) Cedo (homage to bravery ...
... Homage ( /ˈhɒmɨdʒ/ or /ˈɒmɨdʒ/) is a show or demonstration of respect or dedication to someone or something, sometimes by simple declaration but often by some more oblique reference ... It was originally a declaration of fealty in the feudal system (see Homage (medieval))—swearing that one was the man (French homme) of the feudal lord ... For example, a man might give homage to a lady, so honouring her beauty and other graces ...
... Ali is in part an homage to the films of Douglas Sirk, in particular Imitation of Life and All That Heaven Allows ... The most overt homage is the scene in which Emmi's son kicks in the television (an important symbol in All That Heaven Allows) after finding out that his mother has married an Arab ... Director Todd Haynes made his own homage to both All That Heaven Allows and Ali Fear Eats the Soul in 2002 with Far From Heaven, which echoes Sirk's films ...
... to the course of Bure Brook, was an imposing mansion called Bure Homage House with a large associated estate which included Friars Cliff ... It was situated in the area which is now called Bure Homage Gardens, and accessed via the lodge which is still to be seen opposite the Waterford Hotel ...
Famous quotes containing the word homage:
“Your business is not to catch men with show,
With homage to the perishable clay,
But lift them over it, ignore it all,
Make them forget theres such a thing as flesh.
Your business is to paint the souls of men”
—Robert Browning (18121889)
“By common consent of all the nations and all the ages the most valuable thing in this world is the homage of men, whether deserved or undeserved.”
—Mark Twain [Samuel Langhorne Clemens] (18351910)
“I am so much a Unitarian as this: that I believe the human mind can admit but one God, and that every effort to pay religious homage to more than one being goes to take away all right ideas.”
—Ralph Waldo Emerson (18031882)