noun, adjective Literary.
- sow bug,
- sow one's wild oats,
- sow thistle,
- sow wild oats
Origin of sovran
Examples from the Web for sovran
The people at large were to be driven into a fold, to accept their faith at the command of their sovran.A History of Freedom of Thought|John Bagnell Bury
Just as the stolen potato is sovran for rheumatism, so "rue stolen thriveth the best."Storyology|Benjamin Taylor
The sovran wise stately rode on; his shield-armed men followed in force.
By his sovran he sat, come safe from battle, kinsman by kinsman.
Towards a wood he floated down the stream, where he found his sovran standing by the shore.The Nibelungenlied|Unknown