Origin of sola1
noun, plural so·la [soh-luh] /ˈsoʊ lə/, so·lums.
Origin of solum
Examples from the Web for sola
Contemporary Examples of sola
In a recent interview with Britain's The Sunday Times, Sola Jimenez said all he wants is recognition.Spanish Court To Consider Paternity Claims Against Former King Juan Carlos
December 12, 2014
Historical Examples of sola
Once I can get her, sola, on the highway, all were well with my narrative.The Works of Robert Louis Stevenson - Swanston Edition Vol. 25 (of 25)
Robert Louis Stevenson
Yet sola generally at her meals, and seldom at other times in their company.Clarissa, Volume 4 (of 9)
Even the ladies of the audience arose and waved their handkerchiefs, calling out many times: "Kellogg, sola!"Memoirs of an American Prima Donna
Clara Louise Kellogg
Before three o'clock we entered a hill-girt plain, which my companions called "Sola."
The doctrine of sola fides is incapable of a profound appreciation of the visible Church.
noun plural -lums or -la (-lə)
Word Origin for solum
Latin, "ground, soil," of unknown origin.