What is the Hebrew word for glorify?

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There are two Hebrew words for this, lefa'er (לפאר) and lekabed (לכבד), with a slight difference in meaning. Lefa'er means to glorify in the sense of adornment or appearance, often with a crown or ornamental object, e.g. glorification as an external thing. Lekabed means to glorify in the sense of giving honor or due to a person, e.g. glorification as an internal merit.
glorify = lekabed or lichvod
lafayr, or,
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What is the Greek word for glorify?

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