Etymologically, the Latin word virtus refers to the roman Goddess Virtus, which was the “Roman personification of manly valour” (Smith n.d.). Virtue or aretē in Aristotle, our earliest Western approach to virtue ethics, means “excellence of manly qualities,” coming from aristos, which means “best” or “great” (Yu 1998). Today, ‘virtue’ indicates a quality, which is considered “morally good or desirable in a person” (Oxford Dictionaries n.d.).