English noun: awe
|1.||awe (feeling) an overwhelming feeling of wonder or admiration|
|Samples||He stared over the edge with a feeling of awe.|
|Broader (hypernym)||admiration, wonder, wonderment|
|2.||awe (feeling) a feeling of profound respect for someone or something|
|Samples||The fear of God.|
The Chinese reverence for the dead.
The French treat food with gentle reverence.
His respect for the law bordered on veneration.
|Synonyms||fear, reverence, veneration|
English verb: awe
|1.||awe (emotion) inspire awe in|
|Samples||The famous professor awed the undergraduates.|
|Examples||Sam cannot awe Sue , The performance is likely to awe Sue|
|Pattern of use||Somebody ----s somebody|
|Broader (hypernym)||affright, fright, frighten, scare|
|Narrower (hyponym)||cow, overawe|