Pronounced: STAH-luhd, adj
Notes: I look at this word and see “solid”, which is a kind of a hint
The word brio means “vigor or vivacity”
Our word came into English in the mid-1700s
Background / Comments
Our word is a nice, useful word — I hope I can bring it into conversations. Our word has come a ways: it came to use from the Italian word brio (liveliness), which came from the Spanish word brio (spirit), which came from the Celtic word brigos (strength).