The origin of the word comilfo has French roots and literally means behavior, appearance, spoken words and other external manifestations of a person, regarded by public opinion as appropriate, corresponding to the situation and requirements. Originally, the term was used to characterize the manifestations and behavior of the nobility. At the moment, the term comme il faut entered into everyday speech and serves to define the manifestations of a person.
The word refers to the old and more was used several centuries ago to denote what can (do, think, wear) and what not. It is almost impossible to find an unambiguous synonym from the modern language, since this concept reflects not only admissibility or obligation, but also the concepts of beauty, desirability, and morality.
Now the use of this word becomes again relevant, as a concept expressing several aspects of what is happening at once, compliance with the rules adopted in society, the requirements of good form. At the same time, the meaning of the word may vary depending on the society and the events, being filled, each time with a unique meaning. Reflecting solely on compliance, this concept will always have an individual inner meaning, appropriate to the specific situation and specific individuals.