(Latin: brave; power, strength, strong)
If statement "A" is true, then a fortiori statement "B" must be true; for example, if students can't or won't do twenty minutes of homework each night, then a fortiori, they can't or won't do sixty minutes each night.
Motto of the Olympic Games. The underlying theme is excellence in performance, style, and creativity.
2. Someone or anything that provides relief from pain or anxiety.
3. Etymology: from Old Frence conforter, "to comfort, to help, to strengthen"; from Late Latin confortare, "to strengthen much" or "to strengthen completely"; from com-, "altogether" + fortis, "strong".
2. Relating to a situation that provides financial security: Tom had comfortable earnings for his family now and into the future.
2. Relating to how an individual is mentally contented: Monroe works comfortably and competently at his job with plenty of time off for breaks and for lunch.
3. Pertaining to how someone is well-off financially: After retiring from teaching, Lynn was able to live comfortably in her lovely condo in the university town and able to visit her children any time she wanted to.
2. A long, knitted, woolen scarf.
3. Someone who helps to relieve the grief or anxieties of other people.
4. The name given by Christ to the Holy Spirit.
The original word is Paraclete which means first Advocate, a defender, a helper, a strengthener; as well as, comforter.
Motto of German Emperor Charles VI (1711-1740).