worship (n.) 2
honour, distinction, repute
KJ IV.iii.72 [Salisbury to all, of Arthur's apparent murder] Never to be infected with delight ... / Till I have set a glory to this hand / By giving it the worship of revenge
R3 I.i.66 [Richard to Clarence, of Woodville] that good man of worship
WT I.ii.314 [Leontes to and of Camillo] whom I from meaner form / Have benched and reared to worship