Origin of valorME, monetary worth from Old French valour from Late Latin valor, worth from Classical Latin valere, to be strong: see value
A soldier may be awarded a medal for valor.
Valor is defined as strength or courage, particularly in the face of great danger.
An example of valor is the quality that soldiers have when they go into battle.
Courage and boldness, as in battle; bravery.
Origin of valorMiddle English valour from Old French from Late Latin valor from Latin valēre to be strong ; see wal- in Indo-European roots.
(usually uncountable, plural valors)
- They are available on the Conquest, Glory, Valor and Liberty ships.
- Carnival's larger ships take a slightly different approach with names like Spirit, Valor, Victory, Triumph, Freedom and Splendor imbuing each voyage with a sense of challenge and adventure.
- The N-Force logo incorporates the words honor and valor, highlighting traditional swordsmanship values.
- The iron cross's popular symbolism as a tattoo comes from honorable German history combined with military valor.
- Flying the great ship, now failing in all areas, into the sun was a fitting tribute to her valor.