[soo -oh yoo-re; English soo-oh joo r-ee]
- in one's own right.
[soo -oh law-koh; English soo-oh loh-koh]
- in one's own or rightful place.
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Examples from the Web for suo
Not even Suo might go into the garden to mourn beside the body of her son.
But Suo would not so much as look at the pretended hairdresser.
Duo would have had him driven away, but Suo felt compassion for him.
The beggar now gave the fruit to Suo, and she took it and ate all of it.
How could he call Ordelaffo "suo signore" when he was the servant of Florence?Giovanni Boccaccio, a Biographical Study
- mainly law in one's own right
- mainly law in a person or thing's own or rightful place