Character is a quality of a person which makes the one different from others. It defines the person from inside. It is also the image of one in others mind. Each and every person has a different character.
Behavior means how the one behaves to the others. It is possible to change one’s behavior. It is the reaction to others.
|The mental and moral qualities distinctive to an individual||The way in which one acts or conducts oneself, especially towards others|
|Synonyms||Spirit, description, role, temper, disposition||Manners, attitude, carriage, operation, deportment|
|Antonyms||Depravity, abrupt, acidulous, brute, disgrace||Abeyance, sloth, deter, immobility, departure|
|Word origin||The word character was originated from Middle English: from Old French caractere, via Latin from Greek kharaktēr ‘a stamping tool’. From the early sense ‘distinctive mark’ arose ‘token, feature, or trait’ (early 16th century), and from this ‘a description, especially of a person’s qualities’, giving rise to ‘distinguishing qualities’.||The word behavior was originated from Late Middle English: from behave, on the pattern of demeanour, and influenced by obsolete haviour from have.|
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