Hon

HON, Hon, or hon can refer to:

HON
* the International Olympic Committee's country code for Honduras. (Note that this code is not compliant with the three-letter ISO 3166-1 alpha-3 country code for Honduras, which is HND.
* the IATA airport code for Huron Regional Airport, South Dakota, USA.
* Health On the Net Foundation, a Swiss non-governmental organisation which provides online medical and health information
* the stock symbol of Honeywell, an American multinational corporation
* Hands on Network, a network of volunteer coordination centres in the United States; Hands on Nashville (above) is an affiliate of this network.
* The HON Company, subsidiary of HNI, a seller of business furniture from Muscatine, USA.
* "HON Circle" is the highest status to earn at Miles & More, the frequent flyer programme of Lufthansa.
* The House of Netjer religious organization.

Hon, or Hon.
* an abbreviation for the term honorary, used to describe both a degree awarded as an honour (e.g. HonDLitt), and an unpaid position in an organisation (e.g. Hon Secretary).
* an abbreviation for the title The Honourable, also appearing in the abbreviation Rt Hon, "The Right Honourable".

Hon
* a term of endearment, a contraction of the word honey - also spelled "Hun"
*The blue collar "Hons" of the city of Baltimore, known for their beehive hairstyle and distinctive accent.
* The Japanese word for book.


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  • hon — (hon) interj. Cri de mécontentement.    Quelquefois il se répète et s emploie pour marquer la surprise, l irrésolution. •   Hon ! hon ! il a remis là à payer ses créanciers ?, MOL. Pourc. II, 3. •   Hon, hon, vous êtes un méchant diable, MOL.… …   Dictionnaire de la Langue Française d'Émile Littré

  • hon — ⇒HON, interj. Vx. [Marquait divers affects tels que le mécontentement, le doute, l étonnement] Madame d Ermel : Généralement, on est très ingrat envers Dieu. Jacobus : Hon! Hon! Madame d Ermel : Est ce que vous niez cela, monsieur? Jacobus : Eh… …   Encyclopédie Universelle

  • hon|ey — «HUHN ee», noun, plural hon|eys, adjective, verb, hon|eyed or hon|ied, hon|ey|ing. –n. 1. a thick, sweet, yellow or golden liquid, good to eat, that b …   Useful english dictionary

  • hon. — hon. hon. also Hon. written abbreviation for honorary: • Mrs M Grattan, Hon Treasurer, Management Committee * * * hon. UK US (also Hon.) adjective ► ABBREVIATION for …   Financial and business terms

  • hon — HON, honuri, s.n. Sculă aşchietoare alcătuită dintr un corp rotativ de oţel pe care sunt fixate mai multe pietre abrazive şi care este utilizată la finisarea suprafeţelor cilindrice interioare ale pieselor metalice. – Din engl. hone. Trimis de… …   Dicționar Român

  • HON — ist die Abkürzung für: das olympische Länderkürzel für Honduras die Stiftung Health On the Net Foundation den höchsten Status (HON Circle Member) bei Miles More, dem Vielfliegerprogramm der Lufthansa das Online Spiel Heroes of Newerth Honorar… …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Hon. — Hon. also Hon BrE 1.) the written abbreviation of honourable ▪ the Hon George Borwick 2.) BrE the written abbreviation of honorary , used in official job titles ▪ the Hon. Treasurer …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • Hon. — Hon. is an abbreviation of (1) honourable, especially in parliamentary contexts (The Hon. Member for Lincoln) and as a courtesy title given to sons and daughters of members of the nobility and to civic dignitaries such as the Lord Mayor of London …   Modern English usage

  • hon´or|ar´i|ly — hon|or|ar|y «ON uh REHR ee», adjective, noun, plural ar|ies. –adj. 1. given or done as an honor: »The university will award honorary degrees to three prominent scientists. The simple crown of olive, an honorary reward (George Grote). 2. as an… …   Useful english dictionary

  • hon|or|ar|y — «ON uh REHR ee», adjective, noun, plural ar|ies. –adj. 1. given or done as an honor: »The university will award honorary degrees to three prominent scientists. The simple crown of olive, an honorary reward (George Grote). 2. as an honor only;… …   Useful english dictionary


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