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hon·o·rar·i·um

 (ŏn′ə-râr′ē-əm)
n. pl. hon·o·rar·i·ums or hon·o·rar·i·a (-ē-ə)
A payment given to a professional person for services for which fees are not legally or traditionally required.

[Latin honōrārium, from neuter of honōrārius, honorary, from honor, honor.]
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honorarium

(ˌɒnəˈrɛərɪəm)
n, pl -iums or -ia (-ɪə)
(Commerce) a fee paid for a nominally free service
[C17: from Latin: something presented on being admitted to a post of honour]
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hon•o•rar•i•um

(ˌɒn əˈrɛər i əm)

n., pl. -rar•i•ums, -rar•i•a (-ˈrɛər i ə)
1. a payment in recognition of acts or professional services for which custom or propriety forbids a price to be set.
2. a fee for services rendered by a professional person.
[1650–60; < Latin honōrārium fee paid on taking office, n. use of neuter of honōrārius honorary]
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honorarium

a fee for professional services.
See also: Dues and Payment
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.honorarium - a fee paid for a nominally free service
reward - payment made in return for a service rendered
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honorarium

noun
Something given in return for a service or accomplishment:
Idiom: token of appreciation.
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Translations

honorarium

[ˌɒnəˈrɛərɪəm] N (honorariums or honoraria (pl)) [ˌɒnəˈrɛərɪə]honorarios mpl
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honorarium

[ˌɒnəˈrɛəriəm] n (= fee) → prime f
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honorarium

n pl <honoraria> → Honorar nt
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References in classic literature ?
If our honorarium is unsatisfactory, kindly telegraph us at once and state what you consider a fair price."
Since the honorarium they had offered was three hundred and fifty dollars, Martin thought it not worth while to telegraph.
I ask you to accept the post of private physician to this household for the space of one--it may be two months, and I offer you also, as an honorarium, the fee of one thousand guineas."
ACT secretary general Raymond Basilio said provisions that would scrap the tax on their honorariums, extend service credits, and ensure medical funds were accessible on Election Day should be enshrined in the law, which governs the service of teachers on electoral boards.
Presently, the Local Government Code grants barangay officials with only honorariums, and not salaries; a barangay chairman gets an honorarium of at least P1,000 per month while the councilors, treasurer and secretary each receive P600 monthly.
ISLAMABAD -- The office of Auditor General of Pakistan (AGP) has once again sought recovery of budget honorariums received by finance ministry's top bureaucrats last year as the issue lingered on for past many years due to divergent positions taken by the two government departments.
The cabinet considered the summary on May 29, 2018, submitted by the finance division, for the grant of special performance incentives to the officers/officials of the federal government and decided as under that up to three honorariums may be allowed to employees of ministries/divisions by the ministers/principal accounting officers.
Robert Chambers topped the list of councillor pay packets with a total of $27,673.31, including $21,265.36 in honorariums, $834.70 in benefits and $5,573.25 in expenses, the highest of any councillor.
$20,000 received from the Interim Government was spent for honorariums to reporters and staff members in connection with expanded broadcasting and per diems during June events, reported the Public Service Broadcasting Corporation OTRK.The broadcasting of OTRK increased for 1 hour daily in connection with the political events happening in the country.
The panel has recommended a substantial hike in the honorariums paid to the IOs and the POs, depending on their rank.
Many honors are received with the awards, such as monetary honorariums, engraved plaques and recognition at an awards banquet held in honor of the recipients.