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hon.

1. honor.
2. honorable.
3. honorably.
4. honorary.
Translations

hon

[hʌn] N (US) =honeycariño
hi, hon!¡hola, cariño!

hon

(US inf) abbr of honey; hi, hon!hallo, Schatz!
References in classic literature ?
To be so near happiness, so near fame, so near the long paragraph in praise of the private theatricals at Ecclesford, the seat of the Right Hon.
The preferment seemed to him in the nature of a well-merited reward for painstaking and intelligent service, and as a stepping stone to posts of greater importance and responsibility; but, on the other hand, he had been married to the Hon.
A number of coloured men--some of them very strong and brilliant--were in the House of Representatives at that time, and one, the Hon.
replied Tom Hunter, his thoughts reverting involuntarily to a former invention of the Hon.
Maston, the staunchest friend of the three travelers, started for the Rocky Mountains, accompanied by the Hon.
I have kept every breed which I could purchase or obtain, and have been most kindly favoured with skins from several quarters of the world, more especially by the Hon.
They tell me of California and Texas, of England and the Indies, of the Hon.
sir; my daughter's cousin, Lady Mary Mango, sir, daughter of the Right Hon.
A Queensland legislator of the name of Craggs--the Hon.
Bentley l8 met with an able antagonist in a member of the University of Oxford, the Hon.
The alliteration is good, and there is something in the nomenclature that gives to us as a body the sense of corporate existence: Apprentice, Mate, Master, in the ancient and hon ourable craft of the sea.
BLOTTON would only say then, that he repelled the hon.