Positive extrinsic affection towards a person or thing.

Groups
Primary Base kle*

Child Elements  

fam* pos rel m itg Fame, reputation.
hon* unb pos rel m itg Honor, esteem, respect.
honend* rel dat pa To receive honor/esteem/respect from someone.
honobir* masc "Honored."
honos* rel ess sta Having repute. Honored, respected, esteemed.
kle* pos rel ess sta m itg Repute.
kleemp* abl ac To take repute (from).
kleos* ess Having repute.

Links  

Name/Link ΒΆ Type Source/Type Consumption Date

Descendants  

celebr* Celebrity Repute bestowed by common consent.
awqust* Eminence High repute.
kleidik* Ornament Indicator of repute.

Cross-Reference

kyd* Approbation Official or formal approval or sanction.
dekand* Dignity Self-respect, healthy self-pride. Worthiness of acceptance.
* Rank Position within an ordering, generally denoting repute.

Siblings

vanit* Boasting Speaking with exaggeration and excessive pride, especially about oneself.
* Celebration Proclamation of success or commemoration of an event.
parv* Commonality Lack of extrinsic affection towards a person or thing.'
stiq* Disrepute Negative extrinsic affection towards a person or thing.
* Humility Low or muted pride.
xusp* Insolence Undue assumption of superiority.
* Modesty Tempered opinion of one''s own dignity, importance, merit, or superiority.
nobl* Nobility Special social or political status due to achievement or heredity.
* Ostentation Pretentious or conspicuous show, as of wealth or importance; display intended to impress others.
urqol* Pride Opinion of one's own dignity, importance, merit, or superiority. Not necessarily positive or negative.
kle* Repute Positive extrinsic affection towards a person or thing.
ebed* Servility
* Title
van* Vanity

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