esteem, regard, respect(noun)
the condition of being honored (esteemed or respected or well regarded)
"it is held in esteem"; "a man who has earned high regard"
a feeling of delighted approval and liking
respect, esteem, regard(verb)
an attitude of admiration or esteem
"she lost all respect for him"
respect, esteem, value, prize, prise(verb)
regard highly; think much of
"I respect his judgement"; "We prize his creativity"
think of, repute, regard as, look upon, look on, esteem, take to be(verb)
look on as or consider
"she looked on this affair as a joke"; "He thinks of himself as a brilliant musician"; "He is reputed to be intelligent"
To regard someone with respect
Esteem your elders, boy.
to regard something as valuable; to prize
to look upon something in a particular way
Mary is an esteemed member of the community
To judge; to estimate; to appraise
The Earth, which I esteem unable to reflect the rays of the Sun.
Origin: First at end of 16th century; from estimer, from aestimare; see estimate, and aim, an older word, partly a doublet of esteem.
to set a value on; to appreciate the worth of; to estimate; to value; to reckon
to set a high value on; to prize; to regard with reverence, respect, or friendship
to form an estimate; to have regard to the value; to consider
estimation; opinion of merit or value; hence, valuation; reckoning; price
high estimation or value; great regard; favorable opinion, founded on supposed worth
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
es-tēm′, v.t. to set a high estimate or value on: to regard with respect or friendship: to consider or think.—n. high estimation or value: favourable regard.—p.adj. Esteemed′, respected.—adj. Es′timable, that can be estimated or valued: worthy of esteem: deserving our good opinion.—adv. Es′timably.—v.t. Es′timāte, to judge of the worth of a thing: to calculate.—n. reputation: a valuing in the mind: judgment or opinion of the worth or size of anything: a rough calculation: estimation.—n. Estimā′tion, act of estimating: a reckoning of value: esteem, honour: importance: conjecture.—adj. Es′timātive.—n. Es′timātor.—Hold in estimation, to esteem highly.—The estimates, accounts given before parliament showing the probable expenditure for the year. [Fr. estimer—L. æstimāre.]
The numerical value of esteem in Chaldean Numerology is: 8
The numerical value of esteem in Pythagorean Numerology is: 4
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
As well as being able to leave jail having learnt a trade, it reinforces their self-esteem.
We use horses as a hook to create pride, esteem and healing, they learn that they have ability. They just have to unlock it.
I think high self-esteem is overrated. A little low self-esteem is actually quite goodMaybe you're not the best, so you should work a little harder.
It was one of the deadliest and heaviest feelings of my life to feel that I was no longer a boy. From that moment I began to grow old in my own esteem-and in my esteem age is not estimable.
It works closely with schools to support children within the school environment and help them find creative ways to bolster their self-esteem, it works with children and young people who are having serious difficulties and may be at risk of exclusion from mainstream school.
Images & Illustrations of esteem
Translations for esteem
From our Multilingual Translation Dictionary
- почит, почитам, уважение, уважавамBulgarian
- ansehen, achten, Achtung, Wertschätzung, schätzenGerman
- τρέφω εκτίμηση, τρέφω σεβασμό, εκτιμώ, υπόληψη, εκτίμηση, σέβομαι, υπολήπτομαιGreek
- kunnioitus, arvostaa, kunnioittaaFinnish
- respect, estime, respecterFrench
- urram, onairScottish Gaelic
- achten, achting, waarderen, prijzenDutch
- estimar, estimaPortuguese
- stimă, apreciaRomanian
- уважение, уважать, почитать, почтение, почёт, чтить, ценитьRussian
- vörda, vördnad, aktningSwedish
Get even more translations for esteem »
Find a translation for the esteem definition in other languages:
Select another language: