A nice sense of what is right, just, and true, with course of life correspondent thereto; strict conformity to the duty imposed by conscience, position, or privilege; integrity; uprightness; trustworthness.
A holding or group of holdings forming a large estate, such as the land held by an Earl. (MEDIEV-L. Medieval Terms) Great estate of a tenant-in-chief. (Gies, Joseph and Francis. Life in a Medieval Castle, 230) Scattered manors held by or under one lord. (Sayles, George O. The King's Parliament of England, 144) A technical term for the group of estates from which the greater tenants-in-chief of the Crown derived their prestige and status of honour. A superior lordship upon which inferior lordships were dependent. (Warren, W.L. Henry II, 635) Note: from Latin honor
The right to hit first from the tee.
The privilege of teeing off first on a hole, usually given to the player who scores the lowest on the previous hole.
Where a golfer has the privilege of teeing off first on a hole. The privilege is given to the winner of the prior hole.
The player who is to play first from the teeing ground is said to have the "honor.''
The player with the best score on the previous hole has the honour and is normally the first to tee off. This can be waived in agreement with other players.
To play first off the tee, the privilege of the winner of the preceding hole.
The right to drive first, determined by previous hole's score or toss of the coin on the first tee.
Total experience points the player has earned in the game
The honor goes to the last player or team to win a hole. The player with the honor tees off first.
(aka: "honour") the privilege of playing first from the tee. Usually the result of having the lowest score on the previous hole. (Note: In informal or casual play, especially when there are players following, the honor's importance is superseded by the need to play without delay, and "hit when ready").
The privilege of hitting first from the tee box, based on who won the most recent hole.
The privilege of hitting first from the tee. After the first hole, the privilege goes to the winner of the previous hole.
The player who tees off first has the honor. It's whoever had the lowest score at the previous hole.
The privilege of hitting first from the tee on a given hole. It goes to the player who won the preceding hole or the last hole that was won. On the first tee, it's usually decided by a coin toss.
The player who hits first on a hole is said to have honors. Honor is gained by having the lowest score on the last played hole.
The side entitled to play first from the teeing ground is said to have the "honor." back