MEANING: noun: Boldness or courage induced by the consumption of alcohol.

NOTES: Also known as liquid courage or Dutch courage.

ETYMOLOGY: From pot, alluding to a drinking pot + valor (boldness), from Latin valor (worth), from valere (to be well, be of worth). Ultimately from the Indo-European root wal- (to be strong), which also gave us valiant, avail, valor, value, wieldy, countervail, valence, valetudinarian, and valorize. Earliest documented use: 1623.

POT-VATOR - device for taking the weed up or down a floor, but in any case out of view

POT-VAPOR - all that remains of the marijuana after using the above device

POST-VALOR - ...nor Covid-19 shall stay these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds

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