arete [ ahr-i-tey ]
1. the aggregate of qualities, as valor and virtue, making up good character: Our greatest national heroes not only did extraordinary things, but had enormous arete.
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Origin: First recorded in 1550–70; from Greek aretḗ “excellence, virtue”
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