worship (n.) 1
esteem, honour, renown
1H4 III.ii.151 [Prince Hal to King Henry, of Hotspur] he shall render every glory up, / ... even the slightest worship of his time
AC IV.xiv.86 [Eros to Antony] that noble countenance / Wherein the worship of the whole world lies
H8 I.i.39 [Norfolk to Buckingham] As I belong to worship, and affect / In honour honesty
KL I.iv.263 [Lear to Gonerill, of his men] in the most exact regard support / The worships of their name