valiancy

or val·iance

[ val-yuh n-see or val-yuh ns ]
/ ˈvæl yən si or ˈvæl yəns /

noun

valiant nature or quality; valor; bravery; courage.

Origin of valiancy

First recorded in 1565–75; vali(ant) + -ancy
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Word Origin and History for valiance

valiance


n.

mid-15c., from Anglo-French valiance (c.1300) or Old French valliance, from Old French valiant (see valiant).

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