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Noun
/ˈdignitē/,
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dignities, plural;
  1. The state or quality of being worthy of honor or respect
    • - a man of dignity and unbending principle
    • - the dignity of labor
  2. A composed or serious manner or style
    • - he bowed with great dignity
  3. A sense of pride in oneself; self-respect
    • - it was beneath his dignity to shout
  4. A high or honorable rank or position
    • - he promised dignities to the nobles in return for his rival's murder

  1. the quality of being worthy of esteem or respect; "it was beneath his dignity to cheat"; "showed his true dignity when under pressure"
  2. formality in bearing and appearance; "he behaved with great dignity"
  3. high office or rank or station; "he respected the dignity of the emissaries"
  4. Dignity is a term used in moral, ethical, and political discussions to signify that a being has an innate right to respect and ethical treatment. ...
  5. Dignity is the fourth studio album by American pop singer Hilary Duff, released by Hollywood Records on April 3, 2007. ...
  6. Dignity is a symphonic power metal band from Austria.
  7. "Dignity" is a song by Bob Dylan, first released on Bob Dylan's Greatest Hits Volume 3 in 1994. It was recorded during the Oh Mercy studio sessions but didn't make it on to the album. ...
  8. "Dignity" is a song by Deacon Blue, which was the band's first official release. It is one of their most popular songs and is often played as the final song at concerts. "Dignity", particularly the original version, appears on almost every Deacon Blue compilation or greatest hits collection.
  9. (Dignities) Refers to the affinities between signs and planets.
  10. The sign that a planet rules naturally is its sign of dignity. A planet is essentially dignified when it occupies its natural sign of dignity or its sign of exaltation; it is accidentally dignified when placed in its natural house. It is in domal dignity when in its own sign.
  11. The right of individuals to be treated with respect as persons in their own right.
  12. Avoiding degrading actions or words to preserve a person’s self-respect.
  13. Human dignity implies the capacity of making one's own deliberate choices and consequently being acknowledged as a free subject. Dignity is said to be inherent. It reflects the integrity of the person and is stated as being the source from which all human rights derive.
  14. The respect and honor associated with an important position; self-esteem
  15. The essential strength of a planet in a given location. A planet is in dignity when it is in it's own house, exaltation, trigon, bound, and phase or configuration (aspect). Face was added later as another dignity. ...
  16. The quality of being worthy, honored, or esteemed. Human rights are based on inherent human dignity and aim to protect and promote it.
  17. This refers to the relative comfort that each planet enjoys in any particular sign. The Sun rules Leo, is exalted in Aries, in detriment in Aquarius, and in fall in Libra. The first two foster individuality. The last two tend to diminish it.
  18. The condition or quality of having worth or of being honorable.
  19. Dignity might be the word that accounts for the Civil War's fury and duration. Northerners stood up for the moral dignity of emancipation and preservation of the Union. Southerners defended the dignity of their deep traditions and the sovereignty of their way of life. ...
  20. [KMM/183] "But that which constitutes the condition under which alone anything can be an end in itself has not merely a relative value or price, but has an intrinsic value; it has dignity."
  21. Self esteem and self respect.
  22. the absence of love. /