CET6+ TEM8 GRE
1. "allegiance or respect for one's feudal lord," from homme "man," from Latin homo (genitive hominis) "man"
2. homicide => homage.
- homage (n.)
- late 13c., from Old French homage (12c., Modern French hommage) "allegiance or respect for one's feudal lord," from homme "man," from Latin homo (genitive hominis) "man" (see homunculus). Figurative sense of "reverence, honor shown" is from late 14c. As a verb, from 1590s (agent noun homager is from c. 1400).
- 1. The kings of France paid homage to no one.
- 2. Homage was paid to the great sages buried in the city.
- 3. We pay homage to the genius of Shakespeare.
- 4. They bowed in homage to the Unknown Soldiers.
- 5. At his coronation he received the homage of kings from Wales, Northumbria and Scotland.
[ homage 造句 ]