glori-, glor- +

(Latin: great praise or honor; renown)

ad gloriam
To glory; for glory.

See ad maiorem dei gloriam for more information.

ad majorem dei gloriam; A.M.D.G.
To [or for] the greater glory of God.

Motto used by the Jesuit order (Society of Jesuits).

Sometimes the full expression is cited as the rationale for actions taken by Christians.

Cineri gloria sera venit.
Glory paid to one's ashes comes too late.

Martial's epigram exhorting us not to wait until someone is dead before praising him/her.

disglorify
To deprive of glory; to treat with indignity.
Fax mentis honestae gloria.
Glory is the light of a noble mind.
Fax mentis incendium gloriae.
The torch of glory inflames the mind.
gloria (glory)
1. A Latin doxology beginning with the words Gloria Patri.
2. A Latin doxology that is the second item of the "Ordinary of the Roman Catholic Mass" and begins with the words Gloria in excelsis Deo.
3. A musical setting for either of the previously mentioned doxologies.
Gloria in facto (s), Gloria in factis (pl)
Latin: Glory through deed, Glory through deeds.

"A deed is an act or acts that are carried out or completed: "James performed a great deed when he helped Lamont prepare for his final exams at the university."

gloriation
1. A boast.
2. A triumphing.
gloried
To rejoice triumphantly; to exult.
glorification
1. A glorified or more splendid form of something.
2. The act of glorifying.
3. The state of being glorified.
4. Exaltation to the glory of heaven.
glorified
1. To give glory, honor, or high praise to; to exalt.
2. To cause to be or seem more glorious or excellent than is actually the case.
3. Something which is described in much more grandiose or fanciful terms than are warranted.
4. To give glory to, especially through worship.
glorifier
1. Someone who gives glory, honor, or high praise to; an exalter.
2. Anyone who gives glory to, especially through worship.
glorify, glorifying
1. To give glory, honor, or high praise to; to exalt.
2. To cause to be or seem more glorious or excellent than is actually the case.
3. To give glory to, especially through worship.
glorious
1. Delightful; wonderful; completely enjoyable.
2. Conferring glory: "The basketball team had a glorious victory."
3. Full of glory; entitled to great renown.
4. Brilliantly beautiful or magnificent; splendid: "We had a glorious spring day."