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sol         

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1]  

      n     (Music)      another name for       soh  
     (C14: see gamut)  
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sol          [2]  
      n  
1       short for       new sol  
2    a former French copper or silver coin, usually worth 12 deniers  
     (C16: from Old French, from Late Latin: solidus)  

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sol          [3]  
      n   a colloid that has a continuous liquid phase, esp. one in which a solid is suspended in a liquid  
     (C20: shortened from hydrosol)  

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Helios  
      n     (Greek myth)   the god of the sun, who drove his chariot daily across the sky,   (Roman counterpart)    Sol         


new sol  
      n   the standard monetary unit of Peru, divided into 100 céntimos,   (Spanish name)    nuevo sol  
nuevo sol  
      n      the Spanish name for       new sol  
S. of Sol.     (Bible)  
      abbrev. for   Song of Solomon  
sol   [1]  
      n     (Music)      another name for       soh  
     (C14: see gamut)  
sol   [2]  
      n  
1       short for       new sol  
2    a former French copper or silver coin, usually worth 12 deniers  
     (C16: from Old French, from Late Latin: solidus)  
sol   [3]  
      n   a colloid that has a continuous liquid phase, esp. one in which a solid is suspended in a liquid  
     (C20: shortened from hydrosol)  
Sol         
      n  
1    the Roman god personifying the sun,   (Greek counterpart)    Helios  
2       a poetic word for the       sun  
sol.  
      abbrev. for  
1    soluble  
2    solution  
Sol.  
      abbrev. for  
1      (Also)    Solr   solicitor  
2      (Bible)   Solomon  
sol-fa  
      n  
1       short for        tonic sol-fa         
      vb   , -fas, -faing, -faed  
2      (U.S.)   to use tonic sol-fa syllables in singing (a tune)  
     (C16: see gamut)  
tonic sol-fa  
      n   a method of teaching music, esp. singing, used mainly in Britain, by which the syllables of a movable system of solmization are used as names for the notes of the major scale in any key. In this system sol is usually replaced by so as the name of the fifth degree  
   See       solmization  

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sol., Sol., new sol, nuevo sol

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