valiant

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Etymology[edit]

Anglo-Norman vaylant, from Old French vaillant (stalwart, brave), present participle adjective of valor (see valoir), from Latin valere (to be strong, be of worth).

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  • IPA(key): /ˈvæljənt/
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valiant (comparative more valiant, superlative most valiant)

  1. Showing courage or determination; brave, heroic.

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Noun[edit]

valiant (plural valiants)

  1. (obsolete) A person who acts with valor, showing hero-like characteristics in the midst of danger.

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