Venerable

venerable definition

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venerable

ven·er·a·ble
\ˈve-nər(-ə)-bəl, ˈven-rə-bəl\
adjective

Definition:

1. resepcted because of age

Example Sentences:

1. Buddhist monks and nuns have the title venerable.
2. the venerable old man was a cherished source of advice and wisdom for the villagers

Synonyms:

esteemed
grand
imposing

aged

Definition in Other Languages:

Chinese: 庄严的; 值得尊敬的
Spanish: venerable;
Arabic: المكرم;
Hindi: सम्मान्य;
Russian: древний; преподобный
French: venerable; vénérable; vénérable
German: ; ehrwürdig
Japanese: 由緒ある
korean: 존경할만한;

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