Definitions: (1) taking particular notice of the value of someone or something; (2) honoring or holding another in high regard because of their station, character, or behavior; (3) showing consideration or concern for another’s privacy and feelings; (4) ahimsa <respect for all living things>

Derivation: Latin, “to look back and see”

• The higher a creature’s education, the more respect he has for the knowledge, experience, and opinions of others. (25:3.12) — The Urantia Book {1955}
• The only hope of preserving what is best lies in the practice of an immense charity, a wide tolerance, a sincere respect for opinions that are not ours. — Philip Gilbert Hamerton (1834–1894) English artist