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a combining form meaning “alone,” “solitary,” used in the formation of compound words: solifidian.
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Origin of soli-

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<Latin sōli-, combining form of sōlus.See sole1

Other definitions for soli- (2 of 2)

soli-2

a combining form meaning “sun,” used in the formation of compound words: soliform.

Origin of soli-

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Combining form representing Latin sōlsun; see -i-
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British Dictionary definitions for soli-

soli
/ (ˈsəʊlɪ) /

adjective, adverb
music (of a piece or passage) to be performed by or with soloistsCompare tutti

Word Origin for soli

plural of solo
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