regard (n.) 2
consideration, respect, factor
E3 II.ii.132 [Countess to King Edward] your mightiness / Will overbear and awe these dear regards
Ham II.ii.79 [Voltemand to Claudius, of Fortinbras' written request] give quiet pass / Through your dominions ... / On such regards of safety and allowance / As therein are set down
Ham III.i.87 [Hamlet alone] With this regard [i.e. because of this consideration]
JC III.i.224 [Brutus to Antony] Our reasons are so full of good regard
KL I.i.239 [France to Burgundy] Love's not love / When it is mingled with regards that stands / Aloof from th'entire point [F; Q respects]