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Dharma (Sanskrit) [from the verbal root dhri to bear, support] Equity, justice, conduct, duty; right religion, philosophy, and science; the law per se; the rules of society, caste, and stage of life. Secondarily, an essential or characteristic quality or peculiarity, approaching closely to the meaning of svabhava. also a sage who married ten or thirteen daughters of Daksha, a judge of the dead; the personification of law and justice. In the Mahabharata, the father of Yudhishthira, chief of the Pandavas.

 

an action which we are obligated to perform out of respect for the moral law.

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dutydu"ty (?), n.; pl. duties (#). [from due.] 1. that which is due; payment. [obs. as signifying a material thing.] when thou receivest money for thy labor or ware, thou receivest thy duty. 2. that which a person is bound by moral obligation to do, or refrain from doing; that which one ought to do; service morally obligatory. forgetting his duty toward god, his sovereign lord, and his country. 3. hence, any assigned service or business; as, the duties of a policeman, or a soldier; to be on duty. with records sweet of duties done. to employ him on the hardest and most imperative duty. duty is a graver term than obligation. a duty hardly exists to do trivial things; but there may be an obligation to do them. j. smith. 4. specifically, obedience or submission due to parents and superiors. 5. respect; reverence; regard; act of respect; homage. "my duty to you." 6. (engin.) the efficiency of an engine, especially a steam pumping engine, as measured by work done by a certain quantity of fuel; usually, the number of pounds of water lifted one foot by one bushel of coal (94 lbs. old standard), or by 1 cwt. (112 lbs., england, or 100 lbs., united states). 7. (com.) tax, toll, impost, or customs; excise; any sum of money required by government to be paid on the importation, exportation, or consumption of goods.note: an impost on land or other real estate, and on the stock of farmers, is not called a duty, but a direct tax. [u.s.]   similar words(23) 

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(n.)

The efficiency of an engine, especially a steam pumping engine, as measured by work done by a certain quantity of fuel; usually, the number of pounds of water lifted one foot by one bushel of coal (94 lbs. old standard), or by 1 cwt. (112 lbs., England, or 100 lbs., united States).  

(n.)

That which is due; payment.  

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That which a person is bound by moral obligation to do, or refrain from doing; that which one ought to do; service morally obligatory.  

(n.)

Tax, toll, impost, or customs; excise; any sum of money required by government to be paid on the importation, exportation, or consumption of goods.  

(n.)

Specifically, obedience or submission due to parents and superiors.  

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Respect; reverence; regard; act of respect; homage.  

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Hence, any assigned service or business; as, the duties of a policeman, or a soldier; to be on duty.  

Noun1. work that you are obliged to perform for moral or legal reasons; "the duties of the job" (hypernym) work (hyponym) job, task, chore2. the social force that binds you to your obligations and the courses of action demanded by that force; "we must instill a sense of duty in our children"; "every right implies a responsibility; every opportunity, an obligation; every possession, a duty"- john D.Rockefeller Jr (synonym) responsibility, obligation (hypernym) social control (hyponym) job3. a government tax on imports or exports; "they signed a treaty to lower duties on trade between their countries" (synonym) tariff (hypernym) indirect tax (hyponym) customs, customs duty, custom, impost

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Duty, (n.)That which sternly impels us in the direction of profit, along the line of desire. sir lavender Portwine, in favor at court, was wroth at his master, who'd kissed lady Port. his anger provoked him to take the king's head, but duty prevailed, and he took the king's bread, Instead. G.J.   

Angordreth = n. anchorage duty

Arddyled = n. obligation, duty

Dyledswydd = n. duty, obligation

Dylid = n. obligation, duty

Dylw = n. obligation, duty

Swydd = n. employ, office, duty, service; a suit; a shire a county

Swyddogaeth = n. office, duty

A tax on imports, exports, or consumption goods.

A tax imposed by a government on imports. (TNDOT1)

a tax on imports and exports (see ad valorem.)

A tax levied by a government on the import, export, or consumption of goods

n. Qu'; ghIgh (slang)

v. gheS

n. yaH

gu-vam (anc.)

Duty (from "due," that which is owing, O. Fr. deu, did, past participle of devoir; Lat. debere, debitum; cf. "debt") is a term that conveys a sense of moral commitment to someone or something. the moral commitment is the sort that results in action, and it is not a matter of passive feeling or mere recognition. when someone recognizes a duty, they commit themselves to the cause involved without considering the self-interested courses of actions that may have been relevant previously. this is not to suggest that living a life of duty precludes one from the best sort of life, but duty does involve some sacrifice of immediate self-interest.

fear of responsibilityAlso known as Hypegiaphobia

fear of neglecting duty or responsibility

A combination of related tasks equal a duty, and duties combine to form a job.

the total volume of irrigation water required for irrigation in order to mature a particular type of crop. In stating the duty, the crop, and usually the location of the land in question, as well as the type of soil, should be specified. It also includes consumptive use, evaporation and seepage from on-farm ditches and canals, and the water that is eventually returned to streams by percolation and surface runoff. also see alpine decree (Nevada), orr ditch decree (Nevada), bench lands (Nevada), and bottom lands (Nevada) for additional information and examples of specific water duties.

A legal obligation.An amount assessed on an imported or (less often) exported item, nearly equivalent to taxes, embracing all impositions or charges levied on persons or things.A human action which is exactly conformable to the laws which require us to obey them.It differs from a legal obligation because a duty cannot always be enforced by the law; it is our duty, for example, to be temperate in eating, but we are under no legal obligation to be so; we ought to love our neighbors, but no law obliges us to love them.Duties may be considered in the relation of man towards God, towards himself, and towards mankind. We are bound to obey the will of god as far as we are able to discover it, because he is the sovereign lord of the universe who made and governs all things by his almighty power, and infinite wisdom. the general name of this duty is piety, which consists in entertaining just opinions concerning him, and partly in such affections towards him and such worship of him as is suitable to these opinions.A man has a duty to perform towards himself; he is bound by the law of nature to protect his life and his limbs; it is his duty too, to avoid all intemperance in eating and drinking, and in the unlawful gratification of all his other appetites.He has duties to perform towards others. He is bound to do to others the same justice which he would have a right to expect them to do to him.    this entry contains material from Bouvier's legal Dictionary, a work published in the 1850's.

DUTY, AD valorem - An assessed amount at a certain percentage rate on the monetary value of an import.

DUTY, specific - assessment on the weight or quantity of an article without preference to its monetary value or market price.

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Anagrams

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Word analysis of duty

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