Honorific Title

Honorific title may refer to one of the following:

  • Honorific, a form of addressing.
  • Title of honor, a title which is an award.

Other articles related to "titles, honorific, title, honorific title":

Imperator Romanorum - Titles and Positions
... Although these are the most common offices, titles, and positions, one should note that not all Roman emperors used them, nor were all of them used ... or "Σεβαστός"), "Majestic" or "Venerable" an honorific cognomen exclusive to the emperor Αὐτοκράτωρ, Autokrator (lit ... "Self-ruler") Greek title equivalent to imperator i.e ...
Wei Jiansu - During Emperor Xuanzong's Reign
... (大理寺丞, Dali Sicheng), and inherited his father's title of Duke of Pengcheng ... official at the ministry of treasury and given the honorific title Chaosan Daifu (朝散大夫) ... minister of civil service affairs (吏部侍郎, Libu Shilang) and given the honorific title Yinqing Guanglu Daifu (銀青光祿大夫) ...
European Grand Prix - Historical
... The European Grand Prix was created as an honorific title by the AIACR, the FIA's predecessor in the organisation of motor racing events ... The first race to receive the title was the Italian Grand Prix, in 1923, and it was followed by the French Grand Prix and Belgian Grand Prix ... After a hiatus in 1929, Spa received the last honorific title of the pre-WWII years, in 1930 ...
Ambassador-at-Large - Honorific Title
... According to international protocol, ambassadors and ambassadors-at-large are officially styled and addressed as His/Her Excellency, or Mr ... Ambassador ...

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