GLO'RIFY, verb transitive [Latin gloria and facio, to make.]
1. To praise; to magnify and honor in worship; to ascribe honor to, in thought or words. Psalms 86:9
God is glorified, when such his excellency, above all things, is with due admiration acknowledged.
2. To make glorious; to exalt to glory, or to celestial happiness.
Whom he justified, them he also glorified. Romans 8:1.
The God of our fathers hath glorified his son
Jesus. Acts 3:1.
3. To praise; to honor; to extol.
Whomsoever they find to be most licentious of life--him they set up and glorify
4. To procure honor or praise to.