1) sepâk; 2) sepâkidan
Fr.: 1) respect; 2) respecter
1a) Esteem for or a sense of the worth or excellence of a person, a
personal quality or ability, or something considered as a
manifestation of a personal quality or ability.
M.E., from O.Fr., from L. respectus "regard, a looking at," literally "act of looking back (or often) at one," p.p. of respicere "to look back at, regard, consider," from → re- "back" + specere "to look at," cognate with Pers. sepâs "favor, thanksgiving," as below.
Sepâk, variant of sepâs "favor, kindness, thanksgiving;" cf. Sogd. spaxš, sp(a)š, speš, (ə)spaxš "to serve, to respect, to honor;" Mid.Pers. spâs "service, gratitude, thanks;" Av. spas-, spaš-, spôš- "to attend to; to serve;" Skt. spaś- "to observe, watch, spy;" Gk. skeptomai "I look around;" L. specere "to see;" PIE root *spek- "to look around, to notice."
Worthy of respect or esteem.
Characterized by, or showing deference or respect.
Belonging or relating separately to each of two or more people or things that have been mentioned.
Sepâkvâr, from sepâk, → respect, + -vâr suffix of nuances and, as a variant of -bâr, meaning "turn (n.), a time."
(of two or more items) with each relating to something previously mentioned, in the same order as first mentioned (Dictionary.Cambridge.org).