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August 10th, 2012

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  • SBP

    Actually, "forte" isn't a gray area at all. It's an Italian word which means, "loud."

    p.s.
    Love your comics

    • SBP

      Also, it's pronounced "for-tay"

      • Jen Aside

        But “forte” is used to mean “strength”–which is historically pronounced “fort” after the military version. “Forte” in music is similar–it means “loud/strong/hard” as opposed to piano (“soft”), which is why the pianoforte [commonly known as a piano] is named for its ability to go from very soft to very loud.

        http://dictionary.reference.com/browse/forte