valiance

valiancy

[val-yuhn-see]
noun
valiant nature or quality; valor; bravery; courage.
Also, valiance.


Origin:
1565–75; vali(ant) + -ancy

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valiant (ˈvæljənt)
 
adj
1.  courageous, intrepid, or stout-hearted; brave
2.  marked by bravery or courage: a valiant deed
 
[C14: from Old French vaillant, from valoir to be of value, from Latin valēre to be strong]
 
'valiance
 
n
 
'valiancy
 
n
 
'valiantly
 
adv

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