Origin Old French "courage", from Latin "Cor" 'heart'
1. the ability to do something that frightens one.
2. strength in the face of pain or grief.
Man did you see that?! KC went and bought stuff by herself for once, I mean she is terrified of doing stuff on her own (she used to be anyways, lol).
Look at that guy he is brave, crazy or just plain courageous, I mean he like jumped infront of that bullet!
1. courteous behaviour
2. a polite speech or action, especially one required by convention.
3. a thoughtful action or gesture.
Courtney is a very courteous person.
Don't forget to do that courtesy thing i told you about before we came over.
Courtsey defines Courtney (H), yea thats right.
Origin Latin "Honor"
1. high respect.
2. pride & pleasure from being shown respect.
3. a clear sense of what is morally right.
4. a person or thing that brings credit.
5. a thing conferred as distinction.
6. (honours) a course of degree studies more specialized than for an ordinary pass.
7. (His, Your, ect. Honour) a title of respect for a circuit judge.
8. bridge an ace, king, queen, jack or ten.
Verb. 1. regard with great respect.
2. pay public respect to.
3. to fulfill an obligation or keep an agreement.
4. grace; privilege
You honour me.
What an honour.
To do that would not be honourable.
To have this is such an honour!
This is such an honour.
I have heard that the honours program at the Simon Frasier University is quite difficult.
All rise in honour of Judge Bigbey?! Hey where is Harold?! He was suppose to be overseeing this one!
It is an honour that you could be here.
Today we honour those who...
I hope that you will honour our agreement.
This is such and honour to have m'lord <insert name> here.
1 extreme and forceful or very strong (feelings).
2 a very serious or earnest person.
Man that was some intense heat back there.
That was quite the intense young man.
1. courage or enthusiasm.
2. giving it your all.
3. the hallow muscle that pumps blood throughout your body to sustain you.
4. a person's feeling or capacity for love or compassion.
Are you completely spineless? Have you not heart in the matter?
Put your heart in it, and you will find that things will turn out better.
Watch it! we want to patch this poor sod up, not puncture his bleedin' heart.
"Where is your heart man?! Have you one at all?! Why you cold bstrd!"
(that'd be Trevor talkin' to me *nods*)
The act of comitting a vile act or transgressing against another person.
A wrong doing unto another.
Hurting another for no appearent reason.
Walking upto someone in the street and giving them the finger or slandering their name.
Origin Old French "chevalerie", from Latin "caballarius" 'horseman'
Derivatives Chivalric (adjective)
1. the medieval knightly system with its religious, moral and social code.
2. the combination of qualities expected of an ideal knight, especially courage, honour, courtesy, justice, and a readyness to help the weak.
3. courteous behaviour, especially that of a man towards women.
Chivalry was an expected quality of an knight during the medieval period.
Loyalty is just a given in the qualities of a chivalrous knight.
What ever happened to chivalry, eh Pipe?
Hey! I am chivalrous, *mutters to G* bloody hypocrits.