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Date: 1500-1600
Language: Old French
Origin: valour, from Latin valor, from valere 'to be worth, be strong'

valour

noun
     
Related topics: Military
val‧our British English; valor American English [uncountable] literary
PM great courage, especially in war:
medals awarded for valor
deeds of valour

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