- n. 英勇；勇猛（等于valour）
- n. (Valor)人名；(西)巴洛尔
1、val- "be strong, have power" + -or.
- valor (n.)
- c. 1300, "value, worth," from Old French valor, valour "valor, moral worth, merit, courage, virtue" (12c.), from Late Latin valorem (nominative valor) "value, worth" (in Medieval Latin "strength, valor"), from stem of Latin valere "be strong, be worth" (see valiant). The meaning "courage" is first recorded 1580s, from Italian valore, from the same Late Latin word. (The Middle English word also had a sense of "worth or worthiness in respect of manly qualities").
- 1. With characteristic rashness and valor, Peter plunged into the icy water.
- 2. Fortitude is distinct from valor.
- 3. The captain is always boasting of his military valor.
- 4. The king knighted the soldier for his valor.
- 5. Frequently banality is the better parts of valor.
[ valor 造句 ]