hon·​or·​and | \ ¦änə¦rand, -raa(ə)nd\
plural -s

Definition of honorand

: one that is awarded an honor (as an honorary degree)

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First Known Use of honorand

1935, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for honorand

from Latin honorandus, gerundive of honorare to honor

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The first known use of honorand was in 1935

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to speak slightingly about or to degrade

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