- The definition of a sol is the basic unit of currency in Peru.
An example of sol is what someone would exchange their money into when arriving at the Lima airport.
- Sol is the sun or the sun god in Roman mythology.
An example of Sol is the Roman god that was replaced by Mithras.
nounpl. sols or so′les
Origin of solSp, literally , sun: from the radiant sun used as a device on one side
Origin of solfrom Medieval Latin sol(ve): see gamut
Origin of solfrom -sol from sol(ution), as in hydrosol
Origin of solClassical Latin solutioPharmacy solution
- Rom. Myth. the sun god: identified with the Greek Helios
- the sun personified
Origin of SolMiddle English from Classical Latin from an unverified form sawol, an unverified form saol from Indo-European base an unverified form s?wel-, an unverified form swen- from source sun, Classical Greek h?lios, Gothic sauil, sun
Origin of solMiddle English from Medieval Latin; see gamut .
Origin of solFrench from Old French from Late Latin solidus solidus ; see solidus .
Origin of solSpanish sun (from the drawing on the coin) from Latin sōl sun ; see sāwel- in Indo-European roots.
Origin of solFrom solution
Origin of SolMiddle English from Latin sōl ; see sāwel- in Indo-European roots.
- Statute of limitations.
- Speed of light.
- Standards of learning.
- Sleep onset latency.
- (plural) Stoppages of leave.
- Shit out of luck.
- (soil science) Forming the names of different kinds of soil.
From Latin solum "floor", "ground"
sol - Investment & Finance Definition
The currency unit of Peru, comprised of 100 centavos.