he was saluted king when he entered into Jerusalem
A gesture of respect, homage, or polite recognition or acknowledgment, esp. one made to or by a person when arriving or departing
he raises his arms in a triumphant salute
A prescribed or specified movement, typically a raising of a hand to the head, made by a member of a military or similar force as a formal sign of respect or recognition
The discharge of a gun or guns as a formal or ceremonial sign of respect or celebration
a twenty-one-gun salute
The formal performance of certain guards or other movements by fencers before engaging
an act of honor or courteous recognition; "a musical salute to the composer on his birthday"
toast: propose a toast to; "Let us toast the birthday girl!"; "Let's drink to the New Year"
a formal military gesture of respect
greet in a friendly way; "I meet this men every day on my way to work and he salutes me"
an act of greeting with friendly words and gestures like bowing or lifting the hat
express commendation of; "I salute your courage!"
A salute (also called obeisance) is a gesture or other action used to display respect. Salutes are primarily associated with armed forces, but other organizations and civil people also use salutes.
Salute! is Italian satellite television channel, owned by Eurodigital and broadcasted by Rai International, free to air on Hot Bird 6 13°E. It is also scheduled to be broadcasted in North America and Australia.
Salute is a 2008 Australian documentary film written, directed and produced by Matt Norman. It is about Norman's uncle, Australian track athlete Peter Norman, specifically the actions he took at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City.
Salute is the debut album by AOR band 21 Guns. It was released in 1992 . Artwork on the album was directed by Hugh Syme.
Salute is Canadian singer Gordon Lightfoot's 16th original album, released in 1983 on the Warner Brothers Records label.
Salute is a 1929 motion picture directed by John Ford, starring George O’Brien, Helen Chandler, William Janney, Stepin Fetchit (Lincoln Perry), and Frank Albertson about the football rivalry of the Army–Navy Game. ...
A formal gesture done in honor of someone or something, usually with the hand or hands in one of various particular positions; Any action done for the purpose of honor or tribute ; To make a gesture in honor of someone or something; To act in thanks, honor, or tribute; to thank or extend gratitude
(16 Salutes) is a regular feature recognizing local people who are making a difference in the community through volunteer or other outreach programs. Those selected receive a plaque and story on Newswatch 16.
(Salutes) The hand salute is the military custom you will learn first and use most while in the military. It is centruries old, and probably originated when men in aromor raised their helmet visors so they could be identified. ...
(Salutes) These are the concussive "booms" that end most shows.
The wave of the whip by jockeys to the stewards after a race in customary request to dismount.
size, activity, location, unit, time, and equipment
Refers to a heel palm strike as used in a technique.
with the weapon, a customary acknowledgement of one's opponent and referee at the start and end of the bout
Fireworks designed to produce an explosive sound as their primary effect. Specifically, the ones you need ear plugs for that rattle windows and make whistling and exploding sounds.
means a gesture of respect or greeting, usually by raising your fingers to your forehead. What’s the word?
A brilliant flash or light followed by thunderous clap of noise; report.
A blade action performed before a bout or lesson. Indicates respect and good sportsmanship. A handshake is usually exchanged after a bout.
A winning horse is said to salute the judge. The place getters meet at the winner's stall and the jockeys exchange salutes with the chief Stewart.