Origin of sone
Examples from the Web for sone
The preest grantyd hym, and tornyd hym to the skoler, and sayd: syr, I shall serue you as sone as I haue sayd masse.Shakespeare Jest-Books;|Unknown
I beleve that thow arte Christ the Sone of the leving God, which should come into the warld.The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)|John Knox
My heauiness is such, that I must stand still, amazed to see so greate happines so sone bereft mee.
I answerit that I wald tak him with me to Craigmillar, quhais the mediciner and I micht help him, and not be far from my sone.Mary Queen of Scots 1542-1587|Various
Begins—'Lityl lowys my sone,' &c.—and ends—'For e mone meuyth the contrarie from other planetys.Chaucer's Works, Volume 3 (of 7)|Geoffrey Chaucer
British Dictionary definitions for sone
Word Origin for sone
Word Origin and History for sone
unit of loudness, 1936, from Latin sonus (see sound (n.1)).