1 (usually used in combination) having value of a specified kind; "triple-valued"
2 held in great esteem for admirable qualities especially of an intrinsic nature; "a valued friend"
- past of value
Value may refer to:
- Value (mathematics), the value of a variable in mathematics.
- Value (philosophy), the degree of importance, including the value independent on subjective valuations by any individual
- Value (personal and cultural), the principles, standards, or quality which guides human actions
- Value (economics), the market worth or estimated worth of commodities, services, assets, or work.
- Value investing, investing in securities whose shares appear underpriced
- Value theory, in ethics, aesthetics and other evaluative matters
- Value (marketing), provide service for consumer satisfaction
- Value (computer science)
- Value (law)
- Value (semiotics)
- Value (colorimetry), a measure of white or black in color
valued in Afrikaans: Waarde
valued in Arabic: قيمة
valued in Czech: Hodnota
valued in German: Valor
valued in Spanish: Valor (desambiguación)
valued in French: Valeur
valued in Korean: 가치
valued in Italian: Valore
valued in Hebrew: ערך
valued in Norwegian: Verdi
valued in Polish: Wartość
valued in Romanian: Valoare
valued in Slovak: Hodnota
valued in Swedish: Värde
valued in Vietnamese: Giá trị
ad valorem, admeasured, admired, adored, appraised, appreciated, assessed, esteemed, evaluated, gauged, good for, held in respect, highly considered, honored, in high esteem, known by measurement, mapped, measured, metered, much-admired, plotted, prestigious, priced, prized, pro rata, quantified, quantized, rated, respected, revered, reverenced, surveyed, triangulated, valuated, valued at, venerated, well-considered, well-thought-of, worshiped, worth