KJV Dictionary Definition: valiant
VALIANT, a. val'yant. L. valeo, to be strong.
1. Primarily, strong; vigorous in body; as a valiant fencer.
2. Brave; courageous; intrepid in danger; heroic; as a valiant soldier.
Be thou valiant for me, and fight the Lord's battles.
3. Performed with valor; bravely conducted; heroic; as a valiant action or achievement; a valiant combat.
1. Stoutly; vigorously; with personal strength.
2. Courageously; bravely; heroically.
1. Stoutness; strength.
2. Most generally, valor; bravery; intrepidity in danger.
Achimetes, having won the top of the walls, by the valiantness of the defendants was forced to retire.