valor

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EtymologyEdit

From Anglo-Norman and Old French valor, valur, valour, from Latin valor. Compare Spanish valor and valer.

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NounEdit

valor ‎(usually uncountable, plural valors) (American)

  1. Value; worth.
  2. Strength of mind in regard to danger; that quality which enables a person to encounter danger with firmness; personal bravery; courage; prowess; intrepidity.

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AsturianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin valor ‎(value), from valeō ‎(I am strong).

NounEdit

valor m ‎(plural valores)

  1. value (numerical quantity measured, assigned or computed)
  2. price; cost
  3. value (quality that renders something desirable or valuable)
  4. value (the degree of importance one gives to something)
  5. courage; bravery
  6. (music) value (the relative duration of a musical note)

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CatalanEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin valor, valōrem.

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valor m ‎(plural valors)

  1. value; worth
    • El mes de febrer de 1888, doncs, Eduard Toda ja ha reunit un fons bibliogràfic de valor considerable.
      February 1888, therefore, Eduard Toda set up a bibliographic database of considerable value

GalicianEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese valor, from Latin valor ‎(value), from valeō ‎(I am strong).

NounEdit

valor m ‎(plural valores)

  1. price; cost
  2. value (quality that renders something desirable or valuable)
  3. value (the degree of importance one gives to something)
  4. value (numerical quantity measured, assigned or computed)
  5. courage; bravery
  6. (music) value (the relative duration of a musical note)

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LadinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin valor, valōrem.

NounEdit

valor m ‎(plural valores)

  1. value

LatinEdit

EtymologyEdit

From valeō ‎(I am strong).

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NounEdit

valor m ‎(genitive valōris); third declension

  1. value

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Third declension.

Case Singular Plural
nominative valor valōrēs
genitive valōris valōrum
dative valōrī valōribus
accusative valōrem valōrēs
ablative valōre valōribus
vocative valor valōrēs

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NounEdit

valor m ‎(oblique plural valors, nominative singular valors, nominative plural valor)

  1. Alternative form of valur

PortugueseEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Old Portuguese valor, from Latin valor ‎(value), from valeō ‎(I am strong).

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NounEdit

valor m (plural valores)

  1. value (numerical quantity measured, assigned or computed)
    O valor de pi é 3,14.
    The value of pi is 3,14.
  2. value (the degree of importance one gives to something)
  3. price; cost
  4. value (quality that renders something desirable or valuable)

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For usage examples of this term, see Citations:valor.

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SpanishEdit

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PronunciationEdit

EtymologyEdit

From Latin valore, singular ablative of valor ‎(value), from valeō ‎(I am strong).

NounEdit

valor m ‎(plural valores)

  1. value (all senses)
  2. (finance) security
  3. worth
  4. courage

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