glorifien

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Borrowed from Anglo-Norman glorifier, from Late Latin glorificō; equivalent to glorie +‎ -ifien.

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  • IPA(key): /ˈɡlɔːrifiːən/

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glorifien

  1. To compliment, acclaim, or recognise someone
  2. To devote oneself to or to worship someone.
  3. To empower; to grant a quality or attribute.
  4. To brag, boast or engage in self-aggrandisement.
  5. (rare) To edify or improve; to make glorious.

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