Etymology
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intrepid (adj.)

"unmoved by danger, undaunted," 1690s, from French intrépide (16c.) and directly from Latin intrepidus "unshaken, undaunted, not alarmed," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + trepidus "alarmed," from PIE *trep-(1) "to tremble" (see trepidation). Related: Intrepidly; intrepidness (1620s).

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Definitions of intrepid

intrepid (adj.)
invulnerable to fear or intimidation;
intrepid pioneers
Synonyms: audacious / brave / dauntless / fearless / hardy / unfearing
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