Definition: possessing enduring fortitude; resolutely fearless; bold; brave

Derivation: Latin, “not trembling or shaking with fear”

• It is hard to combine and unite these two qualities, the carefulness of one who is affected by circumstances, and the intrepidity of one who heeds them not. But it is not impossible: else were happiness also impossible. — Epictetus (50-135) Greek Stoic philosopher
• The first element of greatness is fundamental humbleness (this should not be confused with servility); the second is freedom from self; the third is intrepid courage, which, taken in its widest interpretation, generally goes with truth; and the fourth-the power of love-although I have put it last, is the rarest. — Emma Margaret Asquith (1864–1945) British author

Symbol: the boar