Webster 1913 Edition
aestimare: cf. F.
The act of estimating.
An opinion or judgment of the worth, extent, or quantity of anything, formed without using precise data; valuation;
estimationsof distance, magnitude, amount, or moral qualities
If he be poorer that thy
estimation, then he shall present himself before the priest, and the priest, and the priest shall value him.
Lev. xxvii. 8.
Favorable opinion; esteem; regard; honor.
I shall have
estimationamong multitude, and honor with the elders.
Wisdom viii. 10.
Syn. – Estimate; calculation; computation; appraisement; esteem; honor; regard. See
Webster 1828 Edition
1.Calculation; computation; an opinion or judgment of the worth, extent or quantity of any thing, formed without using precise data. We may differ in our estimations of distance, magnitude or amount, and no less in our estimation of moral qualities.
1.Esteem; regard; favorable opinion; honor.
I shall have estimation among the multitude, and honor with the elders.