honorific: a title or phrase conferring respect, especially when used in addressing a social superior
pertaining to the case when the action indicated by a transitive verb is not merely received by an object but produces some change in the object. “The boy popped the balloon,” is factitive, because “balloon” is a factitive object, that is, an object changed by the verb “popped.” But “The boy held the balloon,” is not factitive, because the object “balloon” is only the recipient of the action indicated by the verb “held” and is not changed by it.
Witzelsucht: a mental disorder characterized by the making of poor jokes and puns and the telling of pointless stories and usually caused by lesions on the frontal lobe.
subreption: phrasing words in such a way as to misrepresent by concealing facts.