Definition of valency in English:

valency

Pronunciation /ˈvālənsē/ /ˈveɪlənsi/

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nounvalencies

British Chemistry
  • another term for valence

    • ‘carbon always has a valency of 4’

Origin

Early 17th century from late Latin valentia ‘power, competence’, from valere ‘be well or strong’.