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Webster's English Dictionary
a. [OE. ferme, F. ferme, fr.L. firmus; cf. Skr. dharman support, law, order, dh to hold fast, carry. Cf. Farm, Throne.]1. Fixed; hence, closely compressed; compact; substantial; hard; solid; -- applied to the matter of bodies; as, firm flesh; firm muscles, firm wood. ()
2. Not easily excited or disturbed; unchanging in purpose; fixed; steady; constant; stable; unshaken; not easily changed in feelings or will; strong; as, a firm believer; a firm friend; a firm adherent. ()
Under spread ensigns, moving nigh, in slow But firm battalion. (Milton.)
By one man's firm obediency fully tried. (Milton.)
3. Solid; -- opposed to fluid; as, firm land. ()
4. Indicating firmness; as, a firm tread; a firm countenance. ()
n. [It. firma the (firm, sure, or confirming) signature or subscription, or Pg. firma signature, firm, cf. Sp. firma signature; all fr. L. firmus, adj., firm. See Firm, a.] The name, title, or style, under which a company transacts business; a partnership of two or more persons; a commercial house; as, the firm of Hope & Co. ()
v. t. [OE. fermen to make firm, F. fermer, fr. L. firmare to make firm. See Firm, a.]1. To fix; to settle; to confirm; to establish. ()
And Jove has firmed it with an awful nod. (Dryden.)
2. To fix or direct with firmness. ()
He on his card and compass firms his eye. (Spenser.)