Panegyrise is a related term of commend.
As verbs the difference between panegyrise and commend
is that panegyrise
is while commend
is to congratulate or reward.
As a noun commend is
(obsolete) commendation; praise.
To congratulate or reward.
To praise or acclaim.
To entrust or commit to the care of someone else.
* Bible, Luke xxiii. 46
- Historians commend Alexander for weeping when he read the actions of Achilles.
To mention by way of courtesy, implying remembrance and goodwill.
- Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit.
* Sir M. Hale
- Commend me to my brother.
* Bible, Romans xvi. 1
- Among the objects of knowledge, two especially commend themselves to our contemplation.
To force in a mental way.
- I commend unto you Phoebe our sister.
(obsolete) commendation; praise
(obsolete, in the plural) compliments; greetings
- Speak in his just commend .
- Hearty commends and much endeared love to you.