Origin of valeMiddle English from Old French val from Classical Latin vallis, valley
A vale in Yosemite.
- Vale is defined as a way to express farewell.
An example of vale is a word used to say goodbye.
- Vale is a shortened form of the word valley.
An example of vale is an open area, often with a stream, between two mountain areas.
Origin of valeMiddle English from Old French val from Latin vallēs ; see wel-2 in Indo-European roots.
Origin of valeLatin valē sing. imperative of valēre to be strong or well ; see wal- in Indo-European roots.
- (chiefly poetic) A valley.
- (usually seen in obituaries) Farewell.
- Vale, Sarah Smith
From Latin valÄ“, singular imperative of valeÅ (“be well").
- This tragedy leaves very few survivors, but you are one of the lucky ones.You will begin your journey in the Ammen Vale of Azuremyst Isle, where you will spend your initial quests trying to make friends and allies along the way.
- Bat-obsessed Vale acts as Bruce's love interest in the film, but the relationship is luke warm and the association between them seems strategically placed for the sole purpose of selling the movie, or filling the need for more conflict.
- Many believe that the ancient well in Glastonbury, Somerset, located in the Vale of Avalon between Glastonbury Tor and Chalice Hill, is a place of great power, holiness and healing.
- All the while, Bruce Wayne struggles with his dual identities having met a woman, photographer Vicky Vale, with whom he shares a romantic connection.
- As they looked down at the river from the hilltop, the children were amazed by the depth of the vale.