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From Old French galant (courteous, dashing), present participle of galer (make merry)

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Gallant (comparative more Gallant, superlative most Gallant)

Positive
Gallant

Comparative
more Gallant

Superlative
most Gallant

  1. brave, valiant
  2. honourable
  3. grand, noble
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From French

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Gallant (comparative more Gallant, superlative most Gallant)

Positive
Gallant

Comparative
more Gallant

Superlative
most Gallant

  1. Very polite with women.
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Singular
Gallant

Plural
Gallants

Gallant (plural Gallants)
  1. (dated) fashionable young man, who is polite and attentive to women
  2. Patrono:Nautical variant of topgallantel:gallant

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