Definition for soho (2 of 2)
Examples from the Web for soho
We need to listen more closely to people like Jason, sitting in that Soho meeting.
Caroline Trimm, a nurse counselor at Greenwich House in the SoHo district of Manhattan, seems to have the opposite view.
On the face of it moving the talent to Soho can seem fatuous.
A low point came when she was photographed by paparazzi crying in a Soho street after the break-up.Inside the Harry and Cressie Make Up: Britain’s Favorite Royal Is In Love|Tom Sykes|October 3, 2014|DAILY BEAST
She has an appointment at the SoHo Apple Store to fix her 15-year-old Macbook.Chloe Sevigny on ‘The Cosmopolitans,’ New York’s Frat Boy Takeover, and ‘Asshole’ Michael Alig|Marlow Stern|August 24, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The continued and increasing success of the Soho works was obviously owing to the new partners.James Watt|Andrew Carnegie
The illumination of the Soho works on this occasion is described as "one of extraordinary splendour."Artificial Light|M. Luckiesh
They have tracked him down from hotel to apartments, till he lives now in the back room of a wretched little cafe in Soho.Peter Ruff and the Double Four|E. Phillips Oppenheim
She had an impression that Soho was a region of quiet streets and squares, like Bloomsbury.Cashel Byron's Profession|George Bernard Shaw
Hazlitt was a Soho resident for no longer than about six months.Famous Houses and Literary Shrines of London|A. St. John Adcock
British Dictionary definitions for soho (1 of 2)
Word Origin for soho
British Dictionary definitions for soho (2 of 2)
Word Origin and History for soho
district in New York city, 1969, from "South of Houston Street," but probably also echoing the name of the London neighborhood (famous for vice by early 19c.), which was so called since at least 1630s, originally "So Ho," a hunting cry (c.1300) used in calling from a distant place to alert hounds and other hunters; the West End district was so called from earlier association of this area with hunting.