Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An obsolete spelling of firm.
- In heraldry, reaching and fixed to the edge of the escutcheon: applied especially to a bearing such as a cross, which is usually borne free in the middle of the field: as, a cross patté firme (which is also blazoned a cross patté entire, or a cross patté throughout). Also fixed.
“Other large trees, some with commercial value, on the terra firme are the Brazil nut (Bertholletia excelsa), sucupira (Bowdichia virgilioides), and rubber (Hevea spruceana).”
“There is nothing so firme, that is not in perill of the weake.”
“About close to 2 a.m., we were rocking and Sonia, I should say, was feeling pretty good … She was all smiles and loved to dance and at one point, she looked into my eyes and said, es mucho gusto conociendo ustedes porque son buena gente (she then grabbed my hand in both of hers and again looked me in the eyes again and said) eres firme.”
“She was all smiles and loved to dance and at one point, she looked into my eyes and said, es mucho gusto conociendo ustedes porque son buena gente (she then grabbed my hand in both of hers and again looked me in the eyes again and said) eres firme.”
“You're a good person because she notices that you are firme (consistent, sincere) in what you say and do, and therefore de confianza (likeable, trustworthy).”
“In a situation like this, I take "eres firme" to mean something along the lines of eres sincero, and eres de confianza.”
“A deeply personal comment like eres firme, eres sincero, or eres de confianza is a true compliment coming from a Spanish speaker.”
“Up until then I had used the traditional firme subfloor which was a non-reinforced concrete pad poured between the footings.”
“Dodaju li se ovim podacima i razni nameti koje poslodavci placaju drzavi, dolazi se do zakljucka da su nasi poslodavci svi redom kandidati za Nobelovu nagradu jer im firme jos nisu propale.”
“Erickson is a fundraising firme, and they put together events that lobbyists come to.”
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