admire

verb

Dialects

Emoji One Apple Twemoji Facebook Messenger Google
Emoji One's star-struck emoji Apple does not support star-struck emoji Twemoji's star-struck emoji Facebook's star-struck emoji Messenger does not support star-struck emoji Google's star-struck emoji
Emoji One's man bowing emoji Apple's man bowing emoji Twemoji's man bowing emoji Facebook's man bowing emoji Messenger does not support man bowing emoji Google's man bowing emoji
Emoji One's woman bowing emoji Apple's woman bowing emoji Twemoji's woman bowing emoji Facebook's woman bowing emoji Messenger does not support woman bowing emoji Google's woman bowing emoji
Emoji One's raising hands emoji Apple's raising hands emoji Twemoji's raising hands emoji Facebook's raising hands emoji Messenger's raising hands emoji Google's raising hands emoji
Emoji One's tongue emoji Apple's tongue emoji Twemoji's tongue emoji Facebook's tongue emoji Messenger's tongue emoji Google's tongue emoji

Origin

Late 16th century: from Latin admirari, from ad- ‘at’ + mirari ‘wonder’.

Pronunciation

  • admire /ədˈmʌɪə/