what is difference between glorify and proclaim
From Middle English glorifien, from Anglo-Norman glorifier, from Old French, from Late Latin glorificō, from Latin gloria + faciō (“to make”).
- IPA(key): /ˈɡlɔɹɪfaɪ/
glorify (third-person singular simple present glorifies, present participle glorifying, simple past and past participle glorified)
- (transitive) To exalt, or give glory or praise to (something or someone).
- (transitive) To make (something) appear to be more glorious than it is; regard something or someone as excellent baselessly.
- (transitive) To worship or extol.
- transfigure, exalt, mythify
- (all meanings): vilify
- (regard something or someone excellent baselessly): slander
- proclaime, proclame (obsolete)
From Middle English proclamen, proclaime, from Old French proclamer, from Latin prōclāmō, prōclāmāre, from prō- (“forth”) + clāmō (“to shout, cry out”). Spelling altered by influence of claim, from the same Latin source (clāmō).
- IPA(key): /pɹoʊˈkleɪm/
- Rhymes: -eɪm
- Hyphenation: pro‧claim
proclaim (third-person singular simple present proclaims, present participle proclaiming, simple past and past participle proclaimed)
- To announce or declare.
- (to announce or declare): disclose, make known; See also Thesaurus:announce
- proclaimed district