[ on-uh-rand ]
/ ˈɒn əˌrænd /
the recipient of an honor, especially an honorary university degree.
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Origin of honorand
1945–50; <Latin honōrandus, gerund of honōrāre to honor
Words nearby honorand
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Nor did Agnes and Neale begrudge him the honorand certainly not Mrs. Heard.The Corner House Girls on a Tour|Grace Brooks Hill