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honey pot any of certain worker ants whose bodies store a honeylike food that will be used by the entire colony. [3 definitions]
honeysuckle a shrub or vine with fragrant and often sweet-tasting white, yellow, or pink tubular flowers.
Hong Kong a region of southeast China containing Hong Kong Island as well as many other islands and the adjacent mainland. Hong Kong was a British colony from the 1840s until 1997 when it was reverted to Chinese rule as a "Special Administrative Region." While it is a part of China and controlled by the Chinese government on all matters related to defense and foreign affairs, Hong Kong operates with a great deal of autonomy, with its own legal system, police force, immigration policy, and currency.
Honiara the capital of the Solomon Islands.
honied variant of honeyed.
honk the harsh, resonant sound made by a goose. [5 definitions]
honky (derogatory slang) a white person.
honky-tonk a noisy, cheap dancehall, bar, or nightclub. [3 definitions]
Honolulu the capital of Hawaii.
honor high public esteem or reputation. [12 definitions]
honorable deserving of respect or consideration. [2 definitions]
honorable mention recognition for one whose work or part in a competition was noteworthy, but not award-winning.
honorarium a payment or other reward made to a professional person in recognition of services for which, by tradition, there is no set fee.
honorary given or held for reasons of public honor only. [2 definitions]
honoree one who is given an honor, award, or the like.
honor guard a guard assigned to attend honorable persons or guests or to walk alongside the casket at a military funeral.
honorific showing respect, esteem, or honor. [2 definitions]
honor society a high-school or college organization for which students outstanding in academics are selected.
honor system an arrangement wherein participants in a particular program, such as students in a school, are trusted to perform various tasks or duties without direct supervision.
honour a spelling of honor used in Canada and Britain. See honor for more information.
-hood state; condition; quality; nature. [2 definitions]