No Matter How You Say It: Loyalty

by | Sep 25, 2023 | No Matter How You Say It | 0 comments

In Other Languages

Spanish – lealtad​

French – loyauté

German – Loyalität

Italian – lealtà

Swedish – lojalitet

Finnish – uskollisuus

Czech- věrnost


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Word Origin

The word loyalty is borrowed from the Old French loialté, based on loial or leial, both meaning and related to “legal.”

Can you see how Loyalty could be binding?

Sign Language



Can you see how loyal holds something close and betray throws it away?

Loyalty Idioms

  • A company man
  • A sense of belonging
  • All in
  • Always have someone’s best interests at heart
  • Be a confidante
  • Be a faithful companion
  • Be a loyal friend
  • Be a person of integrity
  • Be a rock
  • Be a safe haven
  • Be a shoulder to cry on
  • Be a team player
  • Be an ally
  • Be as good as your word
  • Be as loyal as a dog
  • Be committed
  • Be devoted
  • Be like a beacon of hope
  • Be like a brick wall
  • Be like a brother/sister from another mother
  • Be like a guardian angel
  • Be like a guiding star
  • Be like a knight in shining armor
  • Be like a life raft
  • Be like a safe harbor
  • Be like a wellspring of support
  • Be steadfast
  • Be there for someone
  • Be through thick and thin
  • Be true blue
  • Have a strong sense of duty
  • Have someone’s back
  • Have someone’s ear
  • Keep one’s word
  • Show your true colors
  • Stand by someone
  • Stick by
  • Through thick and thin
  • Tried and tested
  • Unwavering Loyalty