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Sol (Latin)

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The sun.

“And when Dan Sol to slope his wheels began.”


Sol. The term given by the ancient alchemists to gold. Silver was luna.

Sol in the Edda was the daughter of Mundilfori, and sister of Maʹni. She was so beautiful that at death she was placed in heaven to drive the sun-chariot. Two horses were yoked to it, named Arvakur and Alsvith (watchful and rapid). (Scandinavian mythology.) (See Mani.)

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Entry taken from Dictionary of Phrase and Fable, edited by the Rev. E. Cobham Brewer, LL.D. and revised in 1895.

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Soft as Soap
Soft Fire makes Sweet Malt (A)
Soft Words Butter no Parsnips
Softly
Softy
Soho!
Soi-disant (French)
Soil
Soil the Milk before Using It
Sojourn
Sol (Latin)
Sol-fa
Solan Goose
Solano
Solatium (A)
Soldan or Sowdan
Soldats (Des)
Soldier
Soldier’s Heart
Soldiers Battles (The)
Soldiers of Fortune

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