I saw https://www.powerthesaurus.org/sololy, which indicates that "sololy" means "solely", "lonely", is that correct way of saying it?
The word "solo" has a meaning of "one and only". I'm interested in its adj and adv form. For e.g., some companies assign an unique customer service representative (CSR) to each customer. They can say,
In adj form:
We've assigned a solo CSR to you.
Now, in adv form, what the following is more correct?
The CSR is for you sololy.
The CSR is for you solo.
UPDATE, The preferred way of saying:
The CSR is for you solely.
The CSR is solely assigned to you.