Search results for "High status"

b̯u̱handu̱n1age; maturity, being mature or the period for which s.t. has existed8.4.1.7Era4.3.1.3Mature in behavior8.4.6.5Age2.6.4.4Adult2title, rank, status, seniority; position that s.b. has on the job, in society, etc.4.5.6Status4.5.6.2Low status4.5.6.1High status9.3.1Degree4.1.4.1Social class4.5.5.1Title, name of honor8.2.8Measure

cepecepenrank ribbon; coloured piece of cloth or woven threads of special colours worn, esp. by army officers to show honour4.6.6.1Police4.5.6Status4.5.6.1High status4.1.4.1Social class4.8.3.6Military organization

idaaramadaaran1rank; line of positions in a job from down to up or level in the hierarchy of administration4.5.6Status4.5.6.2Low status4.5.6.1High status9.3.1Degree4.1.4.1Social class8.2.8Measure2stage in a process8.1.6.1Part6.1.2Method3level; relative position in a graded groupSynlulengu 1mu̱lembemu̱ti̱ndo24.5.6Status4.5.6.2Low status4.5.6.1High status9.3.1Degree4.1.4.1Social class8.2.8Measure4step; part of a stairway6.5.2.8Floor, storymadaaranladder6.7Tool6.5.2.8Floor, story7.2.2.4Move up

kati̱i̱ki̱robakati̱i̱ki̱roLugandanking’s prime minister; person of the highest rank among the subordinates of the king4.6.1.2Government official4.6.1Ruler4.5.6.1High status4.6.1.1King's family

ki̱ti̱i̱ni̱sabi̱ti̱i̱ni̱sanrespect, honour, glory; good feeling due to people behaving politely towards you or admiring you8.3.8.2Glory4.5.5Honor4.3.2Admire someone3.5.1.7Praise4.5.6.1High status4.3.1.4Reputationkumalikamwo ki̱ti̱i̱ni̱savbe disgraced; lose respect3.4.2.2.1Ashamed3.4.2.2Sorry3.4.2.2.2Embarrassedwaaki̱ti̱i̱ni̱sans.b. who is respected due to thier high status at work, in society, with wealth etc.4.5.5Honor4.5.1Person in authority4.3.2Admire someone4.5.6.1High status4.1.4.1Social class4.3.1.4Reputation

kutemba1vclimb; go up a mountain or hill7.2.2.4Move upku̱tembyav1lift, raise, put s.t. up7.3.2.4Lift7.2.2.4Move up2Metaphor. promote; raise an employee to a higher rankSynku̱handya3.5.1.2.1Announce9.3.1.3To a larger degree4.5.6Status4.5.6.1High statuskwetembeekyav1climb very high up into or on s.t. e.g., on the highest part of a tree7.2.2.4Move up2climb; the act of a small child playfully climbing on s.b. especially their parents7.2.2.4Move upkwetembyavMetaphor. brag, boast; put yourself at a higher standard that you have not yet reached4.3.2.4Show off4.3.2.3Proud3.5.1.7.3Boast4.3.5.6Hypocrite

ku̱tembyav1lift, raise, put s.t. up7.3.2.4Lift7.2.2.4Move up2Metaphor. promote; raise an employee to a higher rankSynku̱handya3.5.1.2.1Announce9.3.1.3To a larger degree4.5.6Status4.5.6.1High statusder. ofkutemba1

ku̱ti̱i̱nav1fear, be scared; feel panic when you are in danger, when you expect s.t. dangerous to happen or when s.t. has frightened you3.4.2.4Afraid3.4.2.4.2Nervous3.4.2.4.1Worried2worry about unpleasant things that might happen or about problems that you have3.4.2.4.1Worried3kutamu muntu ki̱ti̱i̱ni̱sa4.5.5Honor4.3.2Admire someoneku̱ti̱i̱ni̱si̱ri̱i̱ryavintimidate, threaten, scare, frighten; tell or show s.b. that you will punish, hurt or put them in troubleSynkukangaku̱kankani̱akwi̱ngi̱ri̱i̱rya3.4.2.4Afraid3.3.3.8Threaten4.3.4.1Do evil toku̱ti̱i̱nwavbe respected due to a high rank on the job, good self regard, etc.4.5.5Honor4.3.2Admire someone4.5.6.1High status

ku̱ti̱i̱nwavbe respected due to a high rank on the job, good self regard, etc.4.5.5Honor4.3.2Admire someone4.5.6.1High statusder. ofku̱ti̱i̱na

lulenguvar.lulengondengun1level, standard, grade; a relative position on a scale or in a groupSynidaara 3mu̱lembemu̱ti̱ndo24.5.6Status4.5.6.2Low status4.5.6.1High status9.3.1Degree4.1.4.1Social class8.2.8Measure2measurement, unit, dose; size, length or amount of s.t.2.5.7.2Medicine8.1Quantity8.2.8Measure

mu̱lembemi̱lembenlevel, standard; a particular quality or a relative position in a scale of importanceSynidaara 3lulengu 1mu̱ti̱ndo24.5.6Status4.5.6.2Low status4.5.6.1High status9.3.1Degree4.1.4.1Social class8.2.8Measuremu̱lembe gukadeins.t. old fashioned that people don’t want8.4.6.5.6Old fashioned

mu̱yolobayolonking’s subordinate such as the county-chief, parish-chief, village-chief, etc.4.6.1.2Government official4.6.1Ruler4.5.6.1High status4.6.1.1King's family

nyotanyotanrank badge; small piece of metal that an army officer puts on the shoulders of his uniform to show honour4.6.6.1Police4.5.6Status4.5.6.1High status4.1.4.1Social class4.8.3.6Military organization

waaki̱ti̱i̱ni̱sabaaki̱ti̱i̱ni̱sans.b. who is respected due to thier high status at work, in society, with wealth etc.4.5.5Honor4.5.1Person in authority4.3.2Admire someone4.5.6.1High status4.1.4.1Social class4.3.1.4Reputationder. ofki̱ti̱i̱ni̱sa