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sou
noun (plural sous) Etymology: French, from Old French sol, from Late Latin solidus solidus Date: 1814 1. sol II 2. a 5-centime piece
sou'wester
noun Date: 1837 1. a long oilskin coat worn especially at sea during stormy weather 2. a waterproof hat with wide slanting brim longer in back than in front
soubise
noun Etymology: French, from Charles de Rohan, Prince de Soubise died 1787 French nobleman Date: 1822 a garnish or white sauce containing onions or onion purée
soubrette
noun Etymology: French, from Occitan soubreto, feminine of soubret coy, from soubra to surmount, exceed, from Latin superare — more at insuperable Date: 1753 1. a. a ...
soubriquet
variant of sobriquet
souchong
noun Etymology: of Chinese origin; akin to Chinese (Beijing) xiaˇozhǒng, literally, small sort Date: 1760 a tea made from the larger older leaves of the shoot
soufflé
I. noun Etymology: French, from soufflé, past participle of souffler to blow, puff up, from Old French sufler, Latin sufflare, from sub- + flare to blow — more at blow Date: ...
souffléed
adjective see soufflé II
Soufrière
geographical name 1. volcano 4813 feet (1467 meters) French West Indies in S Basse-Terre, Guadeloupe 2. volcano 4048 feet (1234 meters) British West Indies on St. Vincent ...
sough
intransitive verb Etymology: Middle English swoughen, from Old English swōgan; akin to Gothic gaswogjan to groan, Lithuanian svagėti to sound Date: before 12th century to ...
sought
past and past participle of seek
souk
also suq noun Etymology: Arabic sūq market Date: 1826 a marketplace in northern Africa or the Middle East; also a stall in such a marketplace
soukous
noun Etymology: African French (of Brazzaville and Kinshasa) soucous, soukous, a dance popular in the late 1960s, alteration of French secousse jolt, jerk Date: 1982 popular ...
soul
I. noun Etymology: Middle English soule, from Old English sāwol; akin to Old High German sēula soul Date: before 12th century 1. the immaterial essence, animating ...
soul brother
noun Date: 1959 a black male
soul food
noun Date: 1964 food (as chitterlings, ham hocks, and collard greens) traditionally eaten by southern black Americans
soul kiss
noun Date: circa 1948 French kiss
soul mate
noun Date: 1822 1. a person who is perfectly suited to another in temperament 2. a person who strongly resembles another in attitudes or beliefs
soul music
noun Date: 1961 music that originated in black American gospel singing, is closely related to rhythm and blues, and is characterized by intensity of feeling and earthiness
soul-searching
noun Date: 1924 examination of one's conscience especially with regard to motives and values
souled
adjective Date: 15th century having a soul ; possessing soul and feeling — usually used in combination
soulful
adjective Date: 1860 full of or expressing feeling or emotion • soulfully adverb • soulfulness noun
soulfully
adverb see soulful
soulfulness
noun see soulful
soulless
adjective Date: 15th century having no soul or no greatness or warmth of mind or feeling • soullessly adverb • soullessness noun
soullessly
adverb see soulless
soullessness
noun see soulless
Soult
biographical name Nicolas-Jean de Dieu 1769-1851 Duc de Dalmatie French soldier; marshal of France
sound
I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Old English gesund; akin to Old High German gisunt healthy Date: 13th century 1. a. free from injury or disease ; exhibiting ...
sound barrier
noun Date: 1939 a sudden large increase in aerodynamic drag that occurs as the speed of an aircraft approaches the speed of sound
sound bite
noun Date: 1972 a brief recorded statement (as by a public figure) broadcast especially on a television news program; also a brief catchy comment or saying
sound board
noun see soundboard 3
sound bow
noun Date: 1688 the thick part of a bell against which the clapper strikes
sound box
noun Date: circa 1875 1. a hollow chamber in a musical instrument for increasing its sonority 2. a device in an early phonograph for producing sound from a record by using ...
sound card
noun Date: 1983 a circuit board in a computer system designed to produce or reproduce sound
sound effects
noun plural Date: 1909 effects that are imitative of sounds called for in the script of a dramatic production (as a radio show) and that enhance the production's illusion of ...
sound hole
noun Date: 1611 an opening in the top surface of a stringed instrument (as a violin) to enhance vibration and resonance — see violin illustration
sound off
intransitive verb Date: 1909 1. to play three chords before and after marching up and down a line of troops during a ceremonial parade or formal guard mount 2. to count ...
sound pressure
noun Date: 1893 the difference between the actual pressure at any point in the field of a sound wave at any instant and the average pressure at that point
sound track
noun Date: 1928 1. a track (as on a motion-picture film or television videotape) that carries the sound record 2. the sound recorded on a sound track; especially the music ...
sound truck
noun Date: 1936 a truck equipped with a loudspeaker
sound wave
noun Date: 1848 1. sound III,1a 2. plural longitudinal pressure waves in any material medium regardless of whether they constitute audible sound
sound-and-light show
noun Date: 1967 son et lumiere
sound-bite
adjective Date: 1986 containing or characterized by sound bites
soundable
adjective see sound IV
soundalike
noun Date: 1970 one that sounds like another • soundalike adjective
soundboard
noun Date: 1504 1. a thin resonant board (as the belly of a violin) so placed in an instrument as to reinforce its tones by sympathetic vibration — see violin ...
sounder
noun Date: 1575 one that sounds; specifically a device for making soundings
sounding
I. adjective Date: 14th century 1. resonant, sonorous 2. a. pompous b. imposing • soundingly adverb II. noun Date: 15th century 1. a. measurement of depth ...
sounding board
noun Date: 1729 1. a. a structure behind or over a pulpit, rostrum, or platform to give distinctness and sonority to sound b. a device or agency that helps propagate ...
sounding line
noun Date: 14th century a line or wire weighted at one end for sounding
sounding rocket
noun Date: circa 1945 a rocket used especially to obtain information concerning atmospheric conditions at various altitudes
soundingly
adverb see sounding I
soundless
I. adjective Etymology: 6sound Date: circa 1586 incapable of being sounded ; unfathomable II. adjective Etymology: 3sound Date: 1601 making no sound ; silent • ...
soundlessly
adverb see soundless II
soundly
adverb see sound I
soundman
noun Date: 1929 a person who controls the volume and tone of sound picked up by a microphone (as in a recording studio or on a motion-picture set) for recording
soundness
noun see sound I
soundproof
I. adjective Date: circa 1878 impervious to sound II. transitive verb Date: 1919 to insulate so as to obstruct the passage of sound
soundstage
noun Date: 1931 the part of a motion-picture studio in which a production is filmed
soup
noun Etymology: Middle English soupe, from Anglo-French supe sop, soup, of Germanic origin; akin to Old Norse soppa soup, Old English sopp — more at sup Date: 14th century ...
soup du jour
noun Etymology: part translation of French soupe du jour soup of the day Date: circa 1945 a soup that is offered by a restaurant on a particular day
soup kitchen
noun Date: 1831 an establishment dispensing minimum dietary essentials (as soup and bread) to the needy
soup up
transitive verb Etymology: soup (drug injected into a racehorse to improve its performance) Date: circa 1933 to increase the power or efficiency of
soupçon
noun Etymology: French, literally, suspicion, from Old French sospeçon, from Latin suspection-, suspectio, from Latin suspicere to suspect — more at suspect Date: 1766 a ...
souped-up
adjective Date: 1931 enhanced or increased in appeal, power, performance, or intensity; also elaborate, embellished
soupspoon
noun Date: 1705 a spoon with a large or rounded bowl for eating soup
soupy
adjective (soupier; -est) Date: 1869 1. having the consistency of soup 2. densely foggy or cloudy 3. overly sentimental
sour
I. adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Old English sūr; akin to Old High German sūr sour, Lithuanian sūrus salty Date: before 12th century 1. causing or ...
sour ball
noun Date: circa 1909 a spherical hard candy having a tart flavor
sour cherry
noun Date: circa 1884 a widely cultivated cherry (Prunus cerasus) that has a round crown and bright red to almost black soft-fleshed acid fruits; also the fruit
sour cream
noun Date: 1776 a soured cream product produced by the action of lactobacilli
sour grapes
noun plural Etymology: from the fable ascribed to Aesop of the fox who after finding himself unable to reach some grapes he had desired disparaged them as sour Date: 1760 ...
sour grass
noun Date: 1855 sorrel
sour gum
noun Date: 1785 black gum
sour mash
noun Date: 1877 grain mash for brewing or distilling whose initial acidity has been adjusted to optimum condition for yeast fermentation by mash from a previous run
sour orange
noun Date: 1748 a citrus tree (Citrus aurantium) that is used especially as a stock in grafting citrus; also its bitter fruit
source
I. noun Etymology: Middle English sours, from Anglo-French surse spring, source, from past participle of surdre to rise, spring forth, from Latin surgere — more at surge ...
source code
noun Date: 1970 a computer program in its original programming language (as FORTRAN or C) before translation into object code usually by a compiler
source language
noun Date: 1953 a language which is to be translated into another language — compare target language
sourcebook
noun Date: 1899 a fundamental document or record (as of history, literature, art, or religion) on which subsequent writings, compositions, opinions, beliefs, or practices are ...
sourceless
adjective see source I
sourdough
noun Date: 14th century 1. a leaven consisting of dough in which fermentation is active 2. [from the use of sourdough for making bread in prospectors' camps] a veteran ...
Souris
geographical name river 450 miles (724 kilometers) Canada & United States flowing from SE Saskatchewan SE into N North Dakota & N into the Assiniboine in SW Manitoba
sourish
adjective see sour I
sourly
adverb see sour I
sourness
noun see sour I
sourpuss
noun Etymology: 2puss Date: 1937 grouch, killjoy
soursop
noun Date: 1667 a small tropical American tree (Annona muricata) of the custard-apple family that has spicy odoriferous leaves; also its large edible fruit that has fleshy ...
sourwood
noun Date: 1709 a small United States tree (Oxydendrum arboreum) of the heath family with white flowers and sour-tasting leaves
sous
adjective Etymology: French, preposition, literally, under, from Old French suz, from Latin subtus, adverb, below, under; akin to Latin sub under — more at up Date: 1687 ...
Sousa
biographical name John Philip 1854-1932 the March King American bandmaster & composer
sousaphone
noun Etymology: John Philip Sousa Date: 1925 a large circular tuba that has a flared adjustable bell — compare helicon
souse
I. verb (soused; sousing) Etymology: Middle English, from Anglo-French suz, souce pickling juice, of Germanic origin; akin to Old High German sulza brine, Old English sealt ...
Sousse
or ancient Hadrumetum geographical name city & port NE Tunisia population 69,530
soutache
noun Etymology: French, from Hungarian sujtás Date: 1848 a narrow braid with herringbone pattern used as trimming
soutane
noun Etymology: French, from Italian sottana, literally, undergarment, from feminine of sottano being underneath, from Medieval Latin subtanus, from Latin subtus underneath ...
souter
noun Etymology: Middle English, from Old English sūtere, from Latin sutor, from suere to sew — more at sew Date: before 12th century chiefly Scottish shoemaker
Souter
biographical name David 1939- American jurist
South
biographical name Robert 1634-1716 English clergyman
south
I. adverb Etymology: Middle English, from Old English sūth; akin to Old High German sund- south and probably to Old English sunne sun Date: before 12th century 1. to, ...
South Africa, Republic of
geographical name country S Africa S of the Limpopo, Molopo, & Orange rivers bordering on Atlantic & Indian oceans; a republic, until 1961 (as Union of South Africa) a British ...
South African
noun Date: 1806 1. a native or inhabitant of the Republic of South Africa 2. Afrikaner • South African adjective
South African Republic
geographical name — see Transvaal
South America
geographical name continent of the western hemisphere lying between the Atlantic & Pacific oceans SE of North America & chiefly S of the equator area 6,880,706 square miles ...
South American
adjective or noun see South America
South Arabia, Federation of
geographical name former British protectorate comprising crown colony of Aden & numerous semi-independent Arab sultanates & emirates; made part of People's Democratic Republic ...
South Atlantic
geographical name — see Atlantic Ocean
South Australia
geographical name state S Australia capital Adelaide area 380,070 square miles (988,182 square kilometers), population 1,462,900
South Ayrshire
geographical name administrative area of W Scotland area 464 square miles (1202 square kilometers)
South Bend
geographical name city N Indiana NW of Fort Wayne population 107,789
south by east
Date: 1747 a compass point that is one point east of due south ; S11°15′E
south by west
Date: circa 1743 a compass point that is one point west of due south ; S11°15′W
South Canadian
geographical name — see Canadian
South Cape
geographical name — see Ka Lae
South Carolina
geographical name state SE United States capital Columbia area 31,113 square miles (80,583 square kilometers), population 4,012,012 • South Carolinian adjective or noun
South Carolinian
adjective or noun see South Carolina
South China Sea
geographical name part of W Pacific enclosed by SE China, Taiwan, Philippines, Indochina, Malaya, & Borneo
South Dakota
geographical name state NW central United States capital Pierre area 77,116 square miles (199,730 square kilometers), population 754,844 • South Dakotan adjective or noun
South Dakotan
adjective or noun see South Dakota
South Devon
noun Etymology: Devon, England Date: 1897 any of a breed of large red cattle of English origin formerly bred for both milk and meat but now increasingly specialized for beef ...
South Downs
geographical name hills S England chiefly in Sussex
South Euclid
geographical name city NE Ohio E of Cleveland population 23,537
South Gate
geographical name city SW California SE of Los Angeles population 96,375
South Georgia
geographical name island S Atlantic E of Tierra del Fuego area 1450 square miles (3770 square kilometers); administered by Britain
South Holland
or Dutch Zuid-Holland geographical name province SW Netherlands capital The Hague area 1259 square miles (3261 square kilometers), population 3,295,522
South Island
geographical name island S New Zealand area 59,439 square miles (153,947 square kilometers), population 881,537
South Jordan
geographical name city N central Utah S of Salt Lake City population 29,437
South Kingstown
geographical name town S Rhode Island population 27,921
South Korea
geographical name — see Korea 2
South Lake Tahoe
geographical name city E California on Lake Tahoe population 23,609
South Lanarkshire
geographical name administrative area of W Scotland area 684 square miles (1771 square kilometers)
South Moresby National Park
geographical name reservation Canada in W British Columbia in Queen Charlotte Islands
South Mountain
geographical name ridge S Pennsylvania & W Maryland at N end of Blue Ridge
South Nahanni
geographical name river 350 miles (563 kilometers) Canada in SW Northwest Territories flowing SE into the Liard
South Orkney Islands
geographical name islands S Atlantic SE of the Falklands in British Antarctic Territory area 240 square miles (622 square kilometers)
South Ossetia
geographical name autonomous region N Republic of Georgia capital Tskhinvali area about 1500 square miles (3900 square kilometers), population 99,000
South Pacific
geographical name — see Pacific Ocean
South Pasadena
geographical name city SW California population 24,292
South Pass
geographical name broad valley SW central Wyoming crossing Continental Divide
South Platte
geographical name river 424 miles (682 kilometers) Colorado & Nebraska flowing E to join North Platte River forming the Platte River
south pole
noun Date: 14th century 1. a. often capitalized S&P the southernmost point of the earth b. the zenith of the heavens as viewed from the south terrestrial pole 2. of a ...
South Portland
geographical name city SW Maine population 23,324
South San Francisco
geographical name city W California population 60,552
South Sandwich Islands
geographical name islands S Atlantic SE of South Georgia Island area 120 square miles (312 square kilometers); administered by Britain
South Saskatchewan
geographical name — see Saskatchewan
South Seas
geographical name the areas of the Atlantic, Indian, & Pacific oceans in the southern hemisphere — used especially of the S Pacific
South Shetland Islands
geographical name British islands S Atlantic SE of Cape Horn off tip of Antarctic Peninsula
South Shields
geographical name seaport N England in Tyne and Wear at mouth of the Tyne E of Newcastle population 87,203
South Thompson
geographical name — see Thompson
South Tirol
geographical name — see Alto Adige
South Vietnam
geographical name — see Vietnam
South Windsor
geographical name town N Connecticut NE of Hartford population 24,412
South Yemen
geographical name — see Yemen • South Yemeni adjective
South Yemeni
adjective see South Yemen
South Yorkshire
geographical name metropolitan county N England capital Barnsley area 624 square miles (1616 square kilometers), population 1,248,500
south-seeking pole
noun Date: circa 1922 south pole 2
south-southeast
noun Date: 15th century a compass point that is two points east of due south ; S22°30′E
south-southwest
noun Date: 1513 a compass point that is two points west of due south ; S22°30′W
South-West Africa
geographical name — see Namibia
Southall
geographical name former municipal borough S England in Middlesex, now part of Ealing
Southampton
geographical name city & port S England in Hampshire on Southampton Water (estuary) population 194,400
Southampton Island
geographical name island N Canada in Nunavut, between Hudson Bay & Foxe Channel area 15,700 square miles (40,820 square kilometers)
Southaven
geographical name city N Mississippi near Tennessee border population 28,977
southbound
adjective Date: 1655 traveling or heading south
Southdown
noun Etymology: South Downs, England Date: 1787 any of a breed of small medium-wooled hornless sheep of English origin
southeast
I. adverb Date: before 12th century to, toward, or in the southeast II. noun Date: 14th century 1. a. the general direction between south and east b. the point midway ...
southeast by east
Date: circa 1599 a compass point that is one point east of due southeast ; S56°15′E
southeast by south
Date: 1682 a compass point that is one point south of due southeast ; S33°45′E
southeaster
noun Date: 1753 1. a strong southeast wind 2. a storm with southeast winds
southeasterly
adverb or adjective Etymology: 2southeast + -erly (as in easterly) Date: 1708 1. from the southeast 2. toward the southeast
southeastern
adjective Etymology: 2southeast + -ern (as in eastern) Date: 1577 1. often capitalized of, relating to, or characteristic of a region conventionally designated southeast 2. ...
Southeasterner
noun Date: 1919 a native or inhabitant of the Southeast; especially a native or resident of the southeastern part of the United States
southeasternmost
adjective see southeastern
southeastward
I. adverb or adjective Date: 1528 toward the southeast • southeastwards adverb II. noun Date: 1555 southeast
southeastwards
adverb see southeastward I
Southend-on-Sea
geographical name seaside resort SE England in Essex at mouth of Thames estuary population 153,700
southerly
I. adjective or adverb Etymology: 3south + -erly (as in easterly) Date: 1551 1. situated toward or belonging to the south 2. coming from the south II. noun (plural ...
southern
adjective Etymology: Middle English southern, southren, from Old English sūtherne; akin to Old High German sundrōni southern, Old English sūth south Date: before 12th ...
Southern
noun Date: 1935 the dialect of English spoken in most of the Chesapeake Bay area, the coastal plain and the greater part of the upland plateau in Virginia, North Carolina, ...
Southern Alps
geographical name mountain range New Zealand in W South Island extending almost the length of the island — see cook (Mount)
Southern blot
noun Etymology: Edwin M. Southern b1938 British biologist Date: 1979 a blot consisting of a nitrocellulose or nylon sheet containing spots of DNA for identification by a ...
Southern blotting
noun see Southern blot
southern corn rootworm
noun Date: 1918 spotted cucumber beetle
Southern Cross
noun four bright stars in the southern hemisphere that are situated as if at the extremities of a Latin cross; also the constellation of which these four stars are the ...
Southern English
noun Date: 14th century 1. the English spoken especially by cultivated people native to or educated in the South of England 2. southern
southern hemisphere
noun Usage: often capitalized S&H Date: circa 1771 the part of the earth that lies south of the equator
Southern Karoo
geographical name — see karoo
southern lights
noun plural Date: 1775 aurora australis
Southern Ocean
or Antarctic Ocean geographical name the ocean surrounding Antarctica including the southern parts of the South Atlantic, South Pacific, & Indian oceans especially S of about ...
Southern Rhodesia
geographical name — see Zimbabwe 2
Southern Uplands
geographical name elevated moorland region S Scotland
Southern Yemen
geographical name — see Yemen
Southerner
noun Date: 1827 a native or inhabitant of the South; especially a native or resident of the southern part of the United States
Southernism
noun Date: 1861 1. an attitude or trait characteristic of the South or Southerners especially in the United States 2. a locution or pronunciation characteristic of the ...
southernmost
adjective see southern
southernness
noun see southern
southernwood
noun Date: before 12th century a shrubby fragrant European wormwood (Artemisia abrotanum) with bitter foliage
Southey
biographical name Robert 1774-1843 English author; poet laureate (1813-43)
Southfield
geographical name city SE Michigan NW of Detroit population 78,296
Southgate
geographical name city SE Michigan S of Detroit population 30,136
southing
noun Date: 1669 1. difference in latitude to the south from the last preceding point of reckoning 2. southerly progress
Southington
geographical name town W central Connecticut population 39,728
southland
noun Usage: often capitalized Date: before 12th century land in the south ; the south of a country
southpaw
noun Date: 1891 left-hander; especially a left-handed baseball pitcher • southpaw adjective
Southport
geographical name town NW England in Merseyside on coast N of Liverpool population 89,745
Southron
I. adjective Etymology: Middle English (Scots) Date: 15th century chiefly Scottish southern; specifically English II. noun Date: 15th century Southerner: as a. chiefly ...
southward
I. adverb or adjective Date: before 12th century toward the south • southwards adverb II. noun Date: 14th century southward direction or part
southwards
adverb see southward I
Southwark
geographical name borough of S London, England population 196,500
southwest
I. adverb Date: before 12th century to, toward, or in the southwest II. noun Date: 12th century 1. a. the general direction between south and west b. the point midway ...
southwest by south
Date: 1725 a compass point that is one point south of due southwest ; S33°45′W
southwest by west
Date: circa 1771 a compass point that is one point west of due southwest ; S56°15′W
southwester
noun Date: 1833 1. a strong southwest wind 2. a storm with southwest winds
southwesterly
adverb or adjective Etymology: 2southwest + -erly (as in westerly) Date: 1708 1. from the southwest 2. toward the southwest
southwestern
adjective Etymology: Middle English, from Old English sūth-westerne, from sūth south + westerne western Date: before 12th century 1. lying toward or coming from the ...
southwestern corn borer
noun Date: 1943 a pyralid moth (Diatraea grandiosella) whose larva causes serious damage especially to corn crops by boring in the stalks
Southwesterner
noun Date: 1860 a native or inhabitant of the Southwest; especially a native or resident of the southwestern United States
southwesternmost
adjective see southwestern
southwestward
I. adverb or adjective Date: 1548 toward the southwest • southwestwards adverb II. noun Date: 1775 southwest
southwestwards
adverb see southwestward I
Soutine
biographical name Chaim 1893-1943 French (Lithuanian-born) painter
souvenir
noun Etymology: French, literally, act of remembering, from Middle French, from (se) souvenir to remember, from Latin subvenire to come up, come to mind — more at subvention ...
souvenir sheet
noun Date: 1940 a block or set of postage stamps or a single stamp printed on a single sheet of paper often without gum or perforations and with margins containing lettering ...
souvlaki
also souvlakia noun Etymology: Modern Greek soublakia, plural of soublaki, from diminutive of soubla skewer, from Middle Greek, from Latin subula awl, from suere to sew — more ...
souvlakia
noun see souvlaki
sovereign
I. noun also sovran Etymology: Middle English soverain, from Anglo-French soverein, from soverein, adjective Date: 13th century 1. a. one possessing or held to possess ...
sovereignly
adverb see sovereign II
sovereignty
also sovranty noun (plural -ties) Etymology: Middle English soverainte, from Anglo-French sovereinté, from soverein Date: 14th century 1. obsolete supreme excellence or an ...
Sovetsk
or German Tilsit geographical name city W Russia in Europe on the Neman population 42,300
Sovetskaya Gavan'
geographical name city & port SE Russia in Asia on Tatar Strait population 35,400
soviet
noun Etymology: Russian sovet council, soviet Date: 1917 1. an elected governmental council in a Communist country 2. plural, capitalized a. bolsheviks b. the people ...
Soviet Central Asia
geographical name the portion of central Asia formerly belonging to the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics & comprising the Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, & ...
Soviet Russia
geographical name 1. — see Russia 2. the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
Soviet Union
geographical name — see Union of Soviet Socialist Republics
sovietism
noun see soviet
sovietization
noun see sovietize
sovietize
transitive verb (-ized; -izing) Usage: often capitalized Date: 1919 1. to bring under Soviet control 2. to force into conformity with Soviet cultural patterns or ...
Sovietologist
noun Date: 1955 a specialist in the policies and practices of the Soviet government ; kremlinologist • Sovietology noun
Sovietology
noun see Sovietologist
sovkhoz
noun (plural sovkhozy or sovkhozes) Etymology: Russian, short for sovetskoe khozyaĭstvo soviet farm Date: 1921 a state-owned farm of the Union of Soviet Socialist Republics ...
sovran
I. noun see sovereign I II. adjective see sovereign II
sovranty
noun see sovereignty
sow
I. noun Etymology: Middle English sowe, from Old English sugu; akin to Old English & Old High German sū sow, Latin sus pig, swine, hog, Greek hys Date: before 12th century ...
sow bug
noun Date: 1750 wood louse; especially a wood louse capable of curling itself into a ball
sow thistle
noun Date: 13th century any of a genus (Sonchus) of spiny weedy Eurasian and African composite herbs including some (as S. arvensis and S. oleraceus) widely naturalized in ...
sowbelly
noun Date: 1867 fat salt pork or bacon
sowens
noun plural but singular or plural in construction Etymology: Scottish Gaelic sùghan Date: 1582 porridge from oat husks and siftings
sower
noun see sow II
Sowetan
noun see Soweto
Soweto
geographical name township NE Republic of South Africa in Gauteng adjoining SW Johannesburg; a black residential complex • Sowetan noun
sox
plural of sock
SOx
symbol sulfur oxide
soy
noun Etymology: Japanese shōyu Date: 1679 1. a brown liquid sauce made by subjecting beans (as soybeans) to long fermentation and to digestion in brine 2. (also soya) ...
soya
noun see soy 2
soya bean
noun see soybean
soya oil
noun see soybean oil
soybean
also soya bean noun Date: 1802 a hairy annual Asian legume (Glycine max) widely grown for its oil-rich proteinaceous seeds and for forage and soil improvement; also its seed
soybean oil
noun Date: 1904 a pale yellow drying or semidrying oil that is obtained from soybeans and is used chiefly as a food, in paints, varnishes, linoleum, printing ink, and soap, ...
Soyinka
biographical name Wole 1934- Nigerian dramatist & poet
sozzled
adjective Etymology: sozzle to splash, intoxicate, alteration of sossle, probably frequentative of British dialect soss to mess Date: circa 1880 drunk, intoxicated
sp
abbreviation 1. special 2. species 3. specific 4. spelling
Sp
abbreviation Spain; Spanish
SP
abbreviation 1. shore patrol; shore patrolman; shore police 2. specialist
sp gr
abbreviation specific gravity

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