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Date: 1600-1700
Language: Latin
Origin: 'gift made to someone chosen for a post of honor', from honor; HONOR

honorarium

noun
     
hon‧o‧rar‧i‧um plural honoraria [countable] formal
a sum of money offered to a professional for a piece of advice, a speech etc

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