valour

Valiant vs Valour - What's the difference?

valiant | valour | Related terms |

Valiant is a related term of valour.


As a adjective valiant

is showing courage or determination; heroic.

As a noun valour is

value; worth.

Courage vs Valour - What's the difference?

courage | valour |


As nouns the difference between courage and valour

is that courage is the quality of a confident character not to be afraid or intimidated easily but without being incautious or inconsiderate while valour is value; worth.

As a verb courage

is (obsolete) to encourage.

Bravery vs Valour - What's the difference?

bravery | valour |


As nouns the difference between bravery and valour

is that bravery is (usually|uncountable) being brave, courageousness while valour is value; worth.

Worth vs Valour - What's the difference?

worth | valour |


As nouns the difference between worth and valour

is that worth is (countable) value while valour is value; worth.

As a preposition worth

is having a value of; proper to be exchanged for.

As a verb worth

is (obsolete|except in set phrases) to be, become, betide.

Valour vs Valor - What's the difference?

valour | valor | Alternative forms |

Valor is an alternative form of valour.

Valour is an alternative form of valor.


As nouns the difference between valour and valor

is that valour is value; worth while valor is value; worth.

Valour vs Glory - What's the difference?

valour | glory |


As nouns the difference between valour and glory

is that valour is value; worth while glory is great beauty or splendour, that is so overwhelming it is considered powerful.

As a verb glory is

to exult with joy; to rejoice.

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