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Hello! In your edit summary on Madurai, you state that "Hazrat when used as suffix... is not an honorific." This seems to contradict the main article at Hazrat, which does differentiate between Hazrat at the beginning or end of a name, but still states both are honorifics. Do you have a reference for the honorific vs. non-honorific use of the term? Happy editing! PohranicniStraze (talk) 22:20, 15 June 2018 (UTC)
- sorry for late reply. In the context used in page Madurai, Hazrat in suffix is to notify that they are Islamic teachers. If you mean calling someone a teacher is honorific then it is. Generally Prefix Hazrat is honorific. I will share if i come across any reference meanwhile you can verify with native editors. Wasif (talk) 19:12, 18 June 2018 (UTC)
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