Question: What honorific means?

What does honorifics mean in Korean?

Honorific terms in Korean are special titles, words, and verbs that are used to refer to people older than you or higher than you in the social hierarchy. They are used to show respect and distance in the hierarchy. Korean honorifics are generally broken down into nouns, pronouns, titles, and verbs.

What is a female honorific?

Nowhere better to see this effect than in the muddled up ways polite language, the terms of address, or honorifics, are used to refer to a womans social status: Mrs., Miss, and Ms.

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