Definition of Fielmente
It is expressed to refer to a person who has not disappointed the trust that was granted or has followed a course of thought in their actions. For example: Juan has fielmente acted with the law in his daily life.
Thing that accurately portrays or reproduces the techniques, forms, and ideas of others. An example would be: The painting “Pilate Washing His Hands” does not accurately portray Rembrandt’s work, so it cannot be assigned authorship.
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ORIGIN OF FIELMENTE
The adverb fielmente comes from the word “faithful” with the addition of the adverbial element “mind”. From the above, its literal meaning is “fielmente”. Due to its great application it can be applied to people or things depending on the context.
It is fielmente applied mainly when the fulfillment of a commitment is witnessed without distorting something and preserving trust. However, its application is much broader.
CURIOSITIES OF FIELMENTE
The word fielmente is widely used in legal and religious contexts. For example, in the Bible in Hebrews 10,23 it is said “Let us fielmente keep the hope that we profess because faithful is the one who has made the promise”.