Origin of sol1
Definition for sol (2 of 9)
Origin of sol2
Definition for sol (3 of 9)
noun, plural sols, Spanish so·les [saw-les] /ˈsɔ lɛs/.
Origin of sol3
Definition for sol (4 of 9)
noun Physical Chemistry.
Origin of sol4
Definition for sol (5 of 9)
Definition for sol (6 of 9)
Origin of -sol
Definition for sol (7 of 9)
Definition for sol (8 of 9)
Definition for sol (9 of 9)
Examples from the Web for sol
Some people turn nit into “night,” and the sol is solar, though it may be “salt” in Russian.The Collector: Rebecca Solnit on Textual Pleasure, Punk, and More|Lauren Elkin|July 2, 2013|DAILY BEAST
“I hope they get taken to jail,” tweeted Sol Micaela on Tuesday.Marita Defendants Acquitted in Devastating Setback for Susana Trimarco|Scott C. Johnson|December 12, 2012|DAILY BEAST
John Baldesssari received a second trophy and made an even shorter one, thanking Giotto, Goya, Matisse, Duchamp, and Sol LeWitt.
PaceWildenstein showed gouaches by Sol LeWitt, and Ameringer & Yohe Fine Art has landscapes by Hans Hoffman.
The Rats had developed a device that could make a star temporarily unstable, and they were ready to use it on Sol.The Measure of a Man|Randall Garrett
Sol Hanson will throw a fit of delight when he hears about this.The Spoilers of the Valley|Robert Watson
With do, sol and fa he could sing through the whole book from cover to cover as good as anybody.Back Home|Eugene Wood
Sol Witberg would have bitten his bruised and swollen lip in chagrin, had it not hurt so much.The Night-Born|Jack London
Inorganic salts dissolved in the sol influence the nature of the pattern obtained.Animal Proteins|Hugh Garner Bennett