vaillant

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EtymologyEdit

Old present participle of the verb valoir (compare the modern form valant): from Old French vaillant, from Latin valentem, accusative singular of valēns.

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vaillant (feminine vaillante, masculine plural vaillants, feminine plural vaillantes)

  1. valiant
  2. (Quebec, Acadian) hardworking
  3. (Louisiana) nice
  4. (Louisiana) healthy

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EtymologyEdit

From Latin valentem, accusative singular of valēns.

AdjectiveEdit

vaillant m (oblique and nominative feminine singular vaillant or vaillante)

  1. valuable; having value
  2. valiant; brave

VerbEdit

vaillant

  1. present participle of valoir

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  • English: valiant
  • French: vaillant