There are 5 definitions of SOL in English:

SOL

Syllabification: SOL

abbreviation

vulgar slang
  • Shit out of luck.

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There are 5 definitions of SOL in English:

Sol

Syllabification: Sol
Pronunciation: /säl, sōl
 
 
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Roman Mythology
  • The sun, especially when personified as a god.

Origin

Latin.

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sol1

Syllabification: sol
Pronunciation: /sōl
 
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(also so)

noun

Music
  • 1(In solmization) the fifth note of a major scale.
  • 1.1The note G in the fixed-do system.

Origin

Middle English sol: representing (as an arbitrary name for the note) the first syllable of solve, taken from a Latin hymn (see solmization).

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sol2

Syllabification: sol
Pronunciation: /säl, sôl
 
/

noun

Chemistry
  • A fluid suspension of a colloidal solid in a liquid.
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    • De Hevesy dissolved the medals in acid, creating a colloidal sol so dark it was virtually black.
    • Conversely, in areas where the silica was less concentrated, a gel would not form; rather, horizontal Uruguay bands would form by precipitation and settling out of silica crystallites from the aqueous sol.
    • This concept does not entail the simultaneous existence of a silica gel and a sol, but rather a coexistence of short-chain silica polymers and monosilicic acid that condense to form quartz fibers.

Origin

late 19th century: abbreviation of solution.

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sol3

Syllabification: sol
Pronunciation: /sōl, sôl
 
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(also nuevo sol /ˈnwāvō/)

noun (plural soles /ˈsōlāz, ˈsôles/)

  • The basic monetary unit of Peru, equal to 100 centavos. It replaced the inti in 1991.
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    • Garcia merely printed more of them, so many that a new currency, the nuevo sol, had to be invented to erase the memory of the old one.
    • Peru's sol reached a decade high against the dollar after its foreign-currency debt rating was raised to investment grade by Fitch Ratings yesterday, increasing the allure of the nation's securities.
    • The Peruvian Neuvo Sol is also known around the world as a commodity currency.

Origin

Spanish, literally 'sun'.

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