I (an individual) noun being, body, figure, human, human being, man, mortal, party, person, personage, personality, self-determined being, somebody, someone II (personal quality) noun animus, aspects, attribute, bent, characteristic mood, constitution, description, disposition, dominant quality, essence, essential part, essential quality of one's nature, essentialness, ethos, features, fiber, frame of mind, grain, inclination, individualism, individuality, ingenium, inherited characteristics, inner nature, intellect, intrinsicality, intrinsicalness, kind, leaning, makeup, manner, marked traits, mental and spiritual makeup, mettle, mold, moral qualities, mores, natura, natural turn of mind, nature, peculiarity, personal traits, personality, predilection, prime ingredients, proclivity, proneness, propension, propensity, proprietas, psychological habits, qualities, quiddity, quintessence, slant, striking qualities, style, substantiality, susceptibility, temper, temperament, tendency, tone, trait III (reputation) noun celebrity, credit, deference, distinction, eminence, esteem, estimation, existimatio, fama, fame, grandeur, high reward, honor, locus standi, name, nobility, notability, notice, notoriety, notoriousness, opinio, place, popular favor, popularity, position, position in society, preeminence, prestige, prominence, public esteem, publicly recognized standing, recognition, regard, renown, reputableness, repute, respect, respectability, standing, station, status associated concepts: character evidence, character witness IV index animus, behavior, caliber (quality), color (complexion), complexion, condition (state), configuration (form), disposition (inclination), entity, frame (mood), honor (good reputation), individual, integrity, kind, merit, part (role), person, personality, predisposition, principle (virtue), property (distinctive attribute), quality (excellence), quality (grade), rectitude, role, speciality, specialty (distinctive mark), spirit, style, temperament, tendency, tenor, turpitude

Burton's Legal Thesaurus. . 2006

A person’s moral qualities; reputation; disposition.

The Essential Law Dictionary. — Sphinx Publishing, An imprint of Sourcebooks, Inc. . 2008.

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