sol

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1sol

noun \ˈsōl\

Definition of SOL

:  the fifth tone of the diatonic scale in solmization

Variants of SOL

sol also so \ˈsō\

Origin of SOL

Medieval Latin sol; from the syllable sung to this note in a medieval hymn to St. John the Baptist
First Known Use: 14th century

Other Music Terms

cacophony, chorister, concerto, counterpoint, madrigal, obbligato, presto, presto, refrain, riff, segue

2sol

noun \ˈsäl, ˈsl\

Definition of SOL

:  an old French coin equal to 12 deniers; also :  a corresponding unit of value

Origin of SOL

Middle French — more at sou
First Known Use: 1583

Rhymes with SOL

3sol

noun \ˈsäl, ˈsl\
plural so·les \ˈsō-(ˌ)lās\

Definition of SOL

:  the basic monetary unit of Peru before 1985 and since 1990 — see money table

Origin of SOL

American Spanish, from Spanish, sun, from Latin
First Known Use: 1883

4sol

noun \ˈsäl, ˈsl\

Definition of SOL

:  a fluid colloidal system; especially :  one in which the medium is a liquid

Origin of SOL

-sol (as in hydrosol), from solution
First Known Use: 1899

Other Chemical Engineering Terms

alkali, cation, decant, hygroscopic, isotope, oxidize, slurry, solute, viscous

5sol

abbreviation

Definition of SOL

soluble

Other Chemical Engineering Terms

alkali, cation, decant, hygroscopic, isotope, oxidize, slurry, solute, viscous

Sol

noun \ˈsäl\

Definition of SOL

1
:  the Roman god of the sun — compare helios
2
:  sun

Origin of SOL

Middle English, from Latin
First Known Use: 15th century

Other Mythology and Folklore Terms

elysian, fay, muse, nimbus, phoenix

Rhymes with SOL

sol

noun \ˈsäl, ˈsl\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of SOL

: a fluid colloidal system; especially : one in which the dispersion medium is a liquid

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