What does Honorary mean in the Bible?

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Webster's Dictionary - Honorary
(1):
(a.) Holding a title or place without rendering service or receiving reward; as, an honorary member of a society.
(2):
(a.) A fee offered to professional men for their services; as, an honorarium of one thousand dollars.
(3):
(a.) An honorary payment, usually in recognition of services for which it is not usual or not lawful to assign a fixed business price.
(4):
(a.) Done as a sign or evidence of honor; as, honorary services.
(5):
(a.) Conferring honor, or intended merely to confer honor without emolument; as, an honorary degree.

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Honorary - ) Holding a title or place without rendering service or receiving reward; as, an Honorary member of a society. ) An Honorary payment, usually in recognition of services for which it is not usual or not lawful to assign a fixed business price. ) Done as a sign or evidence of honor; as, Honorary services. ) Conferring honor, or intended merely to confer honor without emolument; as, an Honorary degree
Honorarium - of Honorary...
Apostolic Camera - Once the central board of finance in the papal administration; the officers are now quasi-honorary
Laureation - ) The act of crowning with laurel; the act of conferring an academic degree, or Honorary title
Sergeanty - ) Tenure of lands of the crown by an Honorary kind of service not due to any lord, but to the king only
Archabbot - An Honorary title bestowed upon superiors of such monasteries as are noted for their antiquity or preeminence, e
Pasha - ) An Honorary title given to officers of high rank in Turkey, as to governers of provinces, military commanders, etc
Archimandrite - (Greek: archos, chief; mandra, monastery) ...
Superior of a monastery in several of the Oriental Churches, including the Melchite or Uniat Greeks; also an Honorary title of certain officials attached to the chanceries of the great Oriental patriarchates
Society of the Helpers of the Holy Souls - Shortly after their institution, the Helpers created "honorary members," "associates," and "benefactors," who join them in prayer and sacrifice and enjoy the privileges of the Society. Priests become Honorary members by celebrating a monthly Mass for the intentions of the community; and religious, by receiving a monthly Communion for these intentions
Monseigneur - (French: My Lord) ...
Honorary form of address formerly given to the higher nobility of France, particularly the dauphin, to Church dignitaries and even to the Saints; in present French usage reserved to archbishops, bishops, vicars-general and other prelates
Decorate - ) To deck with that which is becoming, ornamental, or Honorary; to adorn; to beautify; to embellish; as, to decorate the person; to decorate an edifice; to decorate a lawn with flowers; to decorate the mind with moral beauties; to decorate a hero with honors
Emeer - ) An Arabian military commander, independent chieftain, or ruler of a province; also, an Honorary title given to the descendants of Mohammed, in the line of his daughter Fatima; among the Turks, likewise, a title of dignity, given to certain high officials
Belted - ) Encircled by, or secured with, a belt; as, a belted plaid; girt with a belt, as an Honorary distinction; as, a belted knight; a belted earl
Master of Arts - " At the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, in England, the degree is purely Honorary, obtainable by residence at the university for one year after taking the degree Bachelor of Arts
Arts, Master of - " At the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge, in England, the degree is purely Honorary, obtainable by residence at the university for one year after taking the degree Bachelor of Arts
Mise - ) A tax or tallage; in Wales, an Honorary gift of the people to a new king or prince of Wales; also, a tribute paid, in the country palatine of Chester, England, at the change of the owner of the earldom
Brevet - ) A commission giving an officer higher rank than that for which he receives pay; an Honorary promotion of an officer
Coronet - ) An ornamental or Honorary headdress, having the shape and character of a crown; particularly, a crown worn as the mark of high rank lower than sovereignty
in Partibus Infidelium - A term formerly used in referring to the non-residential or titular sees (situated in the lands of the unbelievers) to which Latin Honorary, auxiliary, or coadjutor bishops are appointed
Medjidieh - ) A Turkish Honorary order established in 1851 by Abdul-Mejid, having as its badge a medallion surrounded by seven silver rays and crescents
Haggedolim - Bible students have suggested that haggedolim is probably not a Hebrew proper name and have interpreted it as a copyists' change of an unfamiliar name for a more familiar word or title, an Honorary title for a leading family, or a title for the high priest
Benefactors - An Honorary title bestowed on kings or other prominent people for some meritorious achievement or public service
Entitle - ) To give a title to; to affix to as a name or appellation; hence, also, to dignify by an Honorary designation; to denominate; to call; as, to entitle a book "Commentaries;" to entitle a man "Honorable
Temple Keeper - " Coin inscriptions show that it was an Honorary title given to certain cities, especially in Asia Minor, where the cult of some god or of a deified human potentate had been established, here to Ephesus in respect of the goddess Artemis
Dean - So that for the most part the title as used in thiscountry is simply Honorary
Orator - ) An officer who is the voice of the university upon all public occasions, who writes, reads, and records all letters of a public nature, presents, with an appropriate address, those persons on whom Honorary degrees are to be conferred, and performs other like duties; - called also public orator
Cordon - ) A cord or ribbon bestowed or borne as a badge of honor; a broad ribbon, usually worn after the manner of a baldric, constituting a mark of a very high grade in an Honorary order
Basilica - The name is still applied to some churches by way of Honorary distinction
Metropolitan - He may call a provincial council, and preside over it; pontificate in all the churches in his district and grant an indulgence of 100 days; exercise the right of devolution; and he enjoys the following Honorary rights: precedence over bishops, to have carried before him the archiepiscopal cross through his province, and also of using the pallium in his province
Catholic Theater Movement - The society receives the enthusiastic support of His Eminence Cardinal Hayes, its Honorary president, and is under the immediate direction of Monsignor Michael J
Praetor - It is not impossible that praetores was their official title, but it is generally believed that in their case it was merely Honorary (see under Magistrate)
Crown - Honorary distinction reward. To reward to bestow an Honorary reward or distinction on as the victor crowned with laurel
p j Kenedy And Sons - Patrick John Kenedy, succeeding his father, 1866, received from Leo XIII the Honorary title, "Publisher to the Holy Apostolic See," 1895
Pharaoh Pharaohis Daughter - The term ‘Pharaoh’ was an Honorary title of the kings of Egypt
Degree - Degrees are conferred pro meritis on the alumni of a college or they are Honorary tokens of respect, conferred on strangers of distinguished reputation. Honorary degrees are those of Doctor of Divinity, Doctor of Laws, &c
Doctor - The degree of doctor is conferred by universities and colleges, as an Honorary mark of literary distinction
Asiarch - As the real rulers of these provinces were the Roman Emperor and the Roman Senate, with their elected representatives, it is clear that such titles must have been Honorary and complimentary. It is clear, therefore, that the Honorary position of Asiarch was inferior to the office of high priest of Asia. Their election by their fellow-citizens to this Honorary position was rewarded by games and gladiatorial shows
Doctor - The essential meaning of the doctorate, implying the ability to teach, is preserved in modern academic usage but the degree is now often conferred as an Honorary title
Doctor - Such diplomas may confer an Honorary title only
Appointment - ) A Honorary part or exercise, as an oration, etc
Ladies of Charity - The associates are either active or Honorary; the former personally engage in some form of the active works of the society; the latter contribute financial aid; both participate equally in the spiritual favors granted to the association
Bay - Hence, in the plural, an Honorary garland or crown bestowed as a prize for victory or excellence, anciently made or consisting of branches of the laurel
Marshal - Earl marshal of England, the eighth officer of state an Honorary title, and personal, until made hereditary by Charles II, in the family of Howard
Society of Saint Vincent de Paul - Its members number over 150,000 who are classed as "active" or "honorary" according as they attend the weekly meetings or "conferences" and participate actively in the organization's charitable work, or as they lend their support by spiritual and monetary offerings
Lord - An Honorary title bestowed on certain official characters as lord advocate, lord chamberlain, lord chancellor, lord chief justice, &c
Delegate, Apostolic - He likewise enjoys several other concessions of an Honorary nature
Catholic Association - The Catholic Association is directed by an Honorary board, and charges are kept as low as is consistent with efficiency
Apostolic Delegate - He likewise enjoys several other concessions of an Honorary nature
Association, Catholic - The Catholic Association is directed by an Honorary board, and charges are kept as low as is consistent with efficiency
Mesha - The designation of Mesha as a sheep breeder (2 Kings 3:4 NRSV) is perhaps an Honorary title for chief
Mesha - The designation of Mesha as a sheep breeder (2 Kings 3:4 NRSV) is perhaps an Honorary title for chief
Ruler - In Acts 14:5 the leading men among the Jews at Iconium are intended, probably including the Honorary rulers of the synagogue
Vitellius - He entered the province on 1st December 68, and on 3rd January 69 he was hailed by the legions in Germany as Emperor, receiving also the Honorary surname Germanicus
John Newman, Venerable - " Trinity made him Honorary fellow, 1878
Newman, John Henry, Venerable - " Trinity made him Honorary fellow, 1878
Iconium, - In the time of the Emperor Claudius, it, along with Derbe, received the Honorary prefix Claudio-, becoming Claudiconium (compare our Royal Burghs), but it was not till Hadrian’s time (a
Order - ) A body of persons having some common Honorary distinction or rule of obligation; esp
Philosophy - They were addressed by the Honorary title of rabbi, רבי , "great," or "master. They received no other salary than some voluntary present from the disciples, which was called an "honorary," τιμη , honorarium, 1 Timothy 5:17
Sosthenes - Although in the Diaspora this title gained a more extended sense than in Palestine as an Honorary title, there seems to have been only one ruler of the synagogue in Corinth
Heraldry, Ecclesiastical - Honorary chamberlains and chaplains have a violet hat with three violet tassels
Ecclesiastical Heraldry - Honorary chamberlains and chaplains have a violet hat with three violet tassels
Lord - ” On the other hand, this may be a purely Honorary title by which the speaker intends to indicate his submission to the one so addressed
Nerva - Our reports are difficult to reconcile and to understand, but at any rate both Nerva and Trajan received the Honorary title Germanicus about the end of the year 97
Pelagius ii., Bishop of Rome - " The title itself was not a new one; as an Honorary or complimentary one it had been occasionally given to other patriarchs; and Justinian had repeatedly designated the patriarch of Constantinople "the most holy and most blessed archbishop of this royal city, and oecumenical patriarch" ( Cod
Caligula - He was offered the Honorary title of pater patriae in the early days of 38, and died on 24 Jan
Pharaoh - It is not from Ra "the sun," for the king is called Si-ra , "son of Ra," therefore he would not also be called "The Ra," though as an Honorary epithet Merneptah Hotephima is so-called, "the good sun of the land
Trajan - In the same year he obtained the Honorary title ‘Germanicus’ for his military exploits against the Germans
Philosophists - When the throne was to be attacked, and even when barefaced atheism was to be promulgated, a number of impious and licentious pamphlets were dispersed (for some time none knew how) from a secret society formed at the Hotel d'Holbach, at Paris, of which Voltaire was elected Honorary and perpetual president
Priest - The destruction of Jerusalem deprived the order at one blow of all but an Honorary distinction
Diana - The air rang with shouts of ‘Great Ephesian Artemis!’...
Ephesians prized very greatly the Honorary title of νεωκόρος, temple-keeper (lit
Pilate - ...
It is not improbable that Barabbas' riot and murder were connected with Pilate's appropriation of the Corban; this explains the eagerness of the people to release him rather than Jesus; the name may mean "son of Abba," an Honorary title of rabbis, from whence the elders were strongly in his favor
Simplicius, Bishop of Rome - Honorary rank) next after the bp
Claudius - Claudius, or, to give him his full Imperial style, Tiberius Claudius Caesar Augustus Germanicus (to which the Honorary titles Britannicus and Sarmaticus Inheritance - He is not the heir, in the sense of enjoying an Honorary distinction, or of anticipating future privileges; but as one who is already in a position of assured privilege, conferred upon him with absolute validity
Synagogue (2) - In our Saviour’s time these offices, where they existed, were Honorary, as was probably always the case with the controllers of the charities. —Most of the officials of the synagogue were Honorary; but the schoolmaster and the attendant would require at least partial support, whilst the cost of erection, with that of repairs and maintenance, must have been considerable, to say nothing of the fees paid at a later period to ‘ten unemployed men’ as the minimum of a congregation
Priest - ...
Κohanim (Κohan , plural) is applied to David's sons (1 Samuel 8:18), probably an Honorary, titular priesthood, enabling them to wear the ephod (the badge of a priest, 1 Samuel 22:18) in processions (2 Samuel 6:14) and join the Levites in songs and dances
Emperor-Worship - The Asiarch held office for a limited period, but retained the Honorary title, hence there might be several Asiarchs in Ephesus (see Expositor’s Greek Testament in loc
David - )...
The title "armor-bearer" was Honorary, like our aide-de-camp, e
Chrysostom, John, Bishop of Constantinople - But this precedence was simply Honorary, and although Nectarius had set the precedent followed by Chrysostom of exercising jurisdiction in the Thracian and Asiatic dioceses, the claim did not receive legal authority until the council of Chalcedon (can