Honour vs Hardship - What's the difference?

honour | hardship |


As a proper noun honour

is , a less common spelling of honor.

As a noun hardship is

(countable or uncountable) difficulty or trouble; hard times.

honour

English

Noun

  • * 1902 , Richard Francis Weymouth, Translation of the New Testament of the Bible , Book 60, 1 Peter 2:4:
  • Come to Him, the ever-living Stone, rejected indeed by men as worthless, but in God's esteem chosen and held in honour .
  • * (rfdate), Shakespeare:
  • If she have forgot / Honour and virtue.
  • * (rfdate), Milton:
  • Godlike erect, with native honour clad.

    Verb

    (en verb)
  • hardship

    English

    Noun

    (en noun)
  • (countable or uncountable) Difficulty or trouble; hard times.
  • He has survived periods of financial hardship before.