(Latin: strong, hard, solid; steadfast or unwavering in purpose, loyalty, or resolve)

Support which was given to a person, plan, idea, etc. for a second time.
Stating something as true again, or to state support for something again.
Giving support for a person, a plan, an idea, etc. for a second time: "He reaffirms his devotion to his work by working far beyond what is considered normal."
terra firma (s) (noun) (no pl)
1. Solid ground, dry land in contrast to water or air: Grace was very nervous on the flight from Canada to France and was very happy to be able to put her feet back on terra firma once again after arriving safely at the airport!
2. Etymology: from Modern Latin terra firma, "firm land"; from Latin terra "earth, land" + firma, "strong, steadfast".
Solid or firm earth.
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