[kuh-rey-juh s] /kəˈreɪ dʒəs/
possessing or characterized by ; brave:
a courageous speech against the dictator.
possessing or expressing courage
late 13c., from Anglo-French corageous, Old French corageus (12c., Modern French courageux), from corage (see courage). Related: Courageously; courageousness.
[kur-ij, kuhr-] /ˈkɜr ɪdʒ, ˈkʌr-/ noun 1. the quality of mind or spirit that enables a person to face difficulty, danger, pain, etc., without fear; bravery. 2. Obsolete. the heart as the source of emotion. Idioms 3. have the courage of one’s convictions, to act in accordance with one’s beliefs, especially in spite of criticism. […]
[koo r-uh nt for 1; koo-rahnt, French koo-rahn for 2] /ˈkʊər ənt for 1; kʊˈrɑnt, French kuˈrɑ̃ for 2/ adjective 1. Heraldry. (of an animal) represented in the act of running: a greyhound courant. noun 2. . n. “newspaper” (now only in names of newspapers), from French courant, literally “running,” present participle of courir “to […]
[koo-rahnt; French koo-rahnt] /kʊˈrɑnt; French kuˈrɑ̃t/ noun, plural courantes [koo-rahnts; French koo-rahnt] /kʊˈrɑnts; French kuˈrɑ̃t/ (Show IPA) 1. a dance dating back to the 17th century and characterized by a running or gliding step. 2. a piece of music for or suited to this dance. 3. Music. a movement following the allemande in the classical […]
/ˈkʊəbərɪl/ noun 1. a tropical American leguminous tree, Hymenaea courbaril. Its wood is a useful timber and its gum is a source of copal Also called West Indian locust