I'm looking for a good word to describe other words and contrast them with purely honorific sounding words. I'd like a word that could be used by itself (i.e. I can say "that's an honorific word" without having to say "that's a word only used for its honorific qualities").
By "honorific" I mean words like "real", "equal", "higher", that is, words people use without any specific meaning to amplify the significance what they're saying/arguing. Like "This is real love", or "it's about something higher than that."
I've thought of various forms of "diminutive", "demeaning", and "disparaging" but, I don't know, they just don't seem like a clear opposite to the adjective form of "honorific."
UPDATE For clarification, I got the idea from this part of an interview with Noam Chomsky where he says that people often use "real" to simply add emphasis or suggest importance. So I'm looking for an antonym to that version of "honorific" and, frankly, "honorific" may be the wrong reference word. This is why I was originally thinking "diminutive" but I just didn't think its meaning was clear (or that it flowed well in a sentence) like Chomsky's sentence "'Real' is an honorific term".