Origin of warriorMiddle English werreour from Norman French from werrier, to make war from werre, war
A modern warrior.
- An example of a warrior is a soldier.
- An example of a warrior is a person who is actively involved in stopping neighborhood drug problems; a neighborhood warrior.
The definition of a warrior is a person experienced in conflict or battle.
- One who is engaged in or experienced in battle.
- One who is engaged aggressively or energetically in an activity, cause, or conflict: neighborhood warriors fighting against developers.
Origin of warriorMiddle English werreour from Old North French werreieur from werreier to make war from werre war ; see war .
From Middle English werreour, from Anglo-Norman *warrier Old French guerreier (“fighter, combattant"), from Late Latin guerra (“war")
- No warrior wants to die of old age, he said.
- The warrior looked her over from head to toe.
- What sort of warrior should I make?
- The massive warrior paced to the window.
- "A king needs a warrior, not a doll," Jule teased.