Dignities

dig’-ni-tiz, dig’-ni-ti (Hebrew marom, se’eth, gedhullah): Rank or position, not nobility or austerity of personal character or bearing, is denoted by this word in its Old Testament occurrences (Ge 49:3; Es 6:3; Ec 10:6; Hab 1:7). In 2Pe 2:10; Jude 1:8, "dignities" (doxai) are angels, lofty spiritual beings, possible objects of blasphemy; compare the context in both passages.