Definition of "sol" [‖Sol•sol]

  • Music The fifth tone of the diatonic scale in solfeggio. (noun)
  • An old French coin worth 12 deniers. (noun)
  • See Table at currency. (noun)
  • A colloidal solution. (noun)

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Use "sol" in a sentence
  • "And while they battled, the sun stood still. solstice is derived from the Latin word sol, which means sun, and sistere, which means to stand still."
  • "We have just passed the summer solstice, (from the Latin sol for sun and sistere for standing still) the time when the earth “stands still” in a moment that has come to mark the separation of seasons."
  • "Priyanka of Lajawaab showcases the coconut in this pretty pink Solkadhi, a medley of coconut milk and a special fruit called the sol or amsul."