sol[sōl; Sp sō̂l]
- 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.
Origin of sol; from Medieval Latin sol(ve): see gamut
Origin of sol; from (hydro)sol
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 sāwel-, an unverified form swen- from source sun, Classical Greek hēlios, 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.