Definition of vigor in English:

vigor

(British vigour)

Pronunciation /ˈviɡər/ /ˈvɪɡər/

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noun

  • 1Physical strength and good health.

    ‘I was 79, but still full of vigor and vitality’
    • ‘he has managed to retain his youthful vigor’
    robustness, healthiness, good health, hardiness, strength, stamina, sturdiness, fitness, good shape, good trim, good condition, fine fettle, toughness, ruggedness, muscle, power
    1. 1.1Effort, energy, and enthusiasm.
      • ‘they set about the new task with vigor’
      robustness, healthiness, good health, hardiness, strength, stamina, sturdiness, fitness, good shape, good trim, good condition, fine fettle, toughness, ruggedness, muscle, power

Phrases

    in vigour
    • In force or operation.

      • ‘he says there is no deal but since he has a contract in vigor he will continue as usual’

Origin

Middle English from Old French, from Latin vigor, from vigere ‘be lively’.