No Matter How You Say It: Courage
The origin of Courage is from Old French corage meaning “heart, innermost feelings; temper”. Can you see how courage springs from the heart?
From Etymology Online Dictionary
Check out the following links from www.handspeak.com for the American Sign Language interpretation of the words
Can you see how courage starts in the heart and fear covers the heart?
Put on a brave face.
Face [up to] your fears.
Who dares wins.
Fortune favours the brave.
Have the courage of your convictions.
Pluck up the courage
Screw your courage to the sticking place.
It’s now or never!
Be as bold as brass.
[Don’t] lose your nerve.
Discretion is the better part of valour.
From Purland Training
In Other Languages
Spanish – coraje
French – courage
German – Mut
Italian – coraggio
Swedish – mod
Basque – ausardia
Portugese – coragem
Ukranian – Сміливість (sounds like Smilyvistʹ)
Hawaiian – Ka wiwo ole