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Solaʹno

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Ask no favour during the Solano (Spanish). Ask no favour during a time of trouble, panic, or adversity. The Solano of Spain is a south-east wind, extremely hot, and loaded with fine dust. It produces giddiness and irritation. Called the Sirocco in Italy.

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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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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
Soldiering
Solecism
Solemn

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