1) respect of persons
2a) the fault of one who when called on to give judgment has respect of the outward circumstances of man and not to their intrinsic merits, and so prefers, as the more worthy, one who is rich, high born, or powerful, to another who does not have these qualities
Part of Speech: noun feminine
Citing in TDNT: 6:779, 950
From G4381; partiality, that is, favoritism: - respect of persons.