Answer: comfort
Word Origin Middle English: from Old French solas (noun) solacier (verb) based on Latin solari 'to console'.
Scrabble Points: 8
Powered by Oxford Dictionaries
Solace was borrowed into English in the 14th century (via Anglo-French) from Latin solacium which in turn derives from the Latin verb solari meaning "to console." As you may have guessed "solari" is also the source of the English words "console" and "consolation" (formed by combination with the prefix com-).
An event mesh for connected enterprises | Solace Powering real-time event-driven enterprises We help enterprises adopt manage and leverage event-driven architecture with a complete event streaming and management platform. You can use it to:
See more videos for Solace
Solace : Directed by Afonso Poyart. With Anthony Hopkins Jeffrey Dean Morgan Abbie Cornish Colin Farrell. Psychic John Clancy (Sir Anthony Hopkins) works with the F.B.I. in order to hunt down a serial killer.
Following the death of her father a 17-year-old girl is sent to live with her estranged family and finds comfort in a questionable frien...