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couragecour"age (k?r"?j;48), n. [oe. corage heart, mind, will, courage, of. corage, f. courage, fr. a ll. derivative of l. cor heart. see heart.] 1. the heart; spirit; temper; disposition. [obs.] so priketh hem nature in here corages. my lord, cheer up your spirits; our foes are nigh, and this soft courage makes your followers faint. 2. heart; inclination; desire; will. [obs.] i'd such a courage to do him good. 3. that quality of mind which enables one to encounter danger and difficulties with firmness, or without fear, or fainting of heart; valor; boldness; resolution. the king-becoming graces devotion, patience, courage, fortitude, i have no relish of them. courage that grows from constitution often forsakes a man when he has occasion for it.   similar words(1) 

 dutch courage 


The heart; spirit; temper; disposition.  


That quality of mind which enables one to encounter danger and difficulties with firmness, or without fear, or fainting of heart; valor; boldness; resolution.  


Heart; inclination; desire; will.  

OriginFrom Shakespeare's Macbeth

OriginFrom Shakespeare's Macbeth. lady Macbeth: 'We fail! but screw your courage to the sticking-place, and we'll not fail.'

Noun1. a quality of spirit that enables you to face danger of pain without showing fear (synonym) courageousness, bravery (antonym) cowardice, cowardliness (hypernym) spirit (hyponym) heart, mettle, nerve, spunk (attribute) brave, courageous, fearless

Pybyru = v. to take courage

having a few (alcohol) drinks before doing something or going somewhere to give you courage

n. qajunpaQ - audacityn. toDuj - bravery

Courage, also known as bravery and fortitude, is the ability to confront  fear, pain, danger, uncertainty or intimidation. It can be divided into "physical courage" — in the face of physical pain, hardship, and threat of death — and "moral courage" — in the face of shame, scandal, and discouragement.

animus, fortitudo, ferocitas, virtus, audentia


somehow I can't believe that there are any heights that can't be scaled by a man who knows the secrets of making dreams come true. this special secret, it seems to me, can be summarized in four C s. they are curiosity, confidence, courage, and constancy.   

all of our dreams can come true -- if we have the courage to pursue them.  

one of the original warrior virtues, one that is shared by all warrior cultures, along with loyalty and prowess . To be courageous, it has been said, is doing the right thing regardless of cost; it is a condition of a strong soul rather than of a strong body. ramon lull had a few words on the subject:"If chivalry  were stronger of body than is strength of courage, the order of chivalry would be more in accord with the body than with the soul. If it were such then the body would be more noble than the soul, and that is openly false. So nobility of courage may not be vanquished of men, nor surmounted, nor all of these men who have been what she is in her right strength. and when a body is lightly taken and vanquished of another, it is obvious that the courage of man is more strong and noble than the body. A knight  who accompanies his lord  into battle, who for lack of courage flees the battle when he should give aid, because he more redoubts or fears the torment or peril more than of his courage uses not the office of chivalry. neither is he the servant nor obedient to other honors, but is against the honor of chivalry, which was bygone by nobility and courage. If the lesser nobility of courage should accord better to the order of chivalry than to the greater one of the soul, unto chivalry should accord sloth of heart and cowardice against hardiness and strength of courage. and if it were thus, sloth and courage should be the office of a knight, and hardness and strength of courage should disordain the order of chivalry."

the virtue that enables us to conquer fear, danger, or adversity, no matter what the context happens to be (physical or moral). courage includes the notion of taking responsibility for decisions and actions. Additionally, the idea involves the ability to perform critical self-assessment, to confront new ideas, and to change.

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