King James Dictionary
GLO'RIFY, L. gloria and facio, to make.
1. To praise to magnify and honor in worship to ascribe honor to, in thought or words. Psalms 86:9
God is glorified, when such his excellency, above all things, is with due admiration acknowledged.
2. To make glorious to exalt to glory, or to celestial happiness.
Whom he justified, them he also glorified. Romans 8
The God of our fathers hath glorified his son
Jesus. Acts 3
3. To praise to honor to extol.
Whomsoever they find to be most licentious of life--him they set up and glorify.
4. To procure honor or praise to.
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