# What is the word for a corollary that follows from a proof?

I know there's a particular word but can not think of it and have been unsuccessful finding it by googling. I want to say "porium" but that doesn't come up when I google.

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I’m not aware of one; I simply call it a corollary to the proof. And in writing it up, I’d simply label it Corollary, assuming that it directly followed the theorem to whose proof it was a corollary. –  Brian M. Scott Nov 5 '12 at 21:03
I'd write Corollary (of the proof). –  Sigur Nov 5 '12 at 21:06
Oh, you might be thinking of "scholium," I'm sure I've seen that somewhere. But it's nowhere near universal. –  Kevin Carlson Nov 5 '12 at 21:07

@Mariano: That’s even worse than my using lemmata in my dissertation $-$ just because I could. :-) –  Brian M. Scott Nov 5 '12 at 21:10