An example of revere is the way a boy looks up to his older brother.
Origin of revere; from French or L: French révérer ; from Classical Latin revereri ; from re-, again + vereri, to fear, feel awe ; from Indo-European base an unverified form wer-, to heed from source warn
transitive verbre·vered, re·ver·ing, re·veres
Origin of revereFrench révérer, from Old French reverer, from Latin rever&emacron;r&imacron; : re-, re- + ver&emacron;r&imacron;, to respect; see wer-3 in Indo-European roots.
(third-person singular simple present reveres, present participle revering, simple past and past participle revered)
- a revers
From Latin re- + verÄ“rÄ«, present infinitive of vereor (“to fear").