Definitions for "honour"
Same as honor; -- chiefly British usage.
A holding, or more often a group of holdings forming a large estate honor
the state of being honored
The privilege of hitting first from the tee. Usually assigned at the first tee. After the first tee, the privilege goes to the winner of the last hole.
The privilege of teeing off first, usually given to the player who recorded the lowest score on the previous hole.
The player who is to play first from the teeing ground.
Keywords:  queen, king, jack, ace, knight
the name given to a very few large baronial estates; an honour was held of the king by knight service and normally was never subdivided.
the five highest cards of each suit: Ace, King, Queen, Jack, Ten.
Any Ace, King, Queen, Jack or 10.
a tangible symbol signifying approval or distinction; "an award for bravery"
a reward for bravery, great achievement or long-standing service to the country
A large estate held by a single lord, usually consisting of several scattered manors. Subtenants had to attend the Honour Court.
Large medieval lordship
Keywords:  steadiness, dog, observes, test, work
means a test of steadiness in which a dog observes another dog's work
Keywords:  bill, accept, exchange, pay
To pay or accept a bill of exchange.