American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A subjective unit of loudness, as perceived by a person with normal hearing, equal to the loudness of a pure tone having a frequency of 1,000 hertz at 40 decibels.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- An old spelling of soon.
- n. acoustics a subjective unit of loudness for an average listener equal to the loudness of a 1000-hertz sound that has an intensity 40 decibels above the listener's own threshold of hearing
- n. a unit of perceived loudness equal to the loudness of a 1000-hertz tone at 40 dB above threshold
- Latin sonus, a sound; see swen- in Indo-European roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Vegetables are delicious by themselves, and dals and lentils need no company to produce a tasty dish, but when the two get together - the combination of beans and vegetables can only be described by the Hindi expression sone pe suhaga, an idiom that is loosely translated as "better than awesome"!”
“_ O how like to the sone is the mother, for he hath left to vs so moche blood here in erthe, & she so moche mylke, that a man wyl skarysly beleue a woman to haue so moche mylke of one chylde, in case the chyld shuld sukke none at all.”
“I just found one that I am spending more time on and that is: www. songfacts.com nfl. com gamepass just joined to catch the out of market games my sone is a big dolphins fan and he can never watch any of the games so I hooked him up”
“Senator for 35 years and his sone is a lobbyist in D.C. You get what you get from these families because of who they are.”
“Senator for 35 years and his sone is a lobbyist in D.C. Biden also has a son in the military, a lawyer in the JAG.”
“I found five nests in the month of May from 23rd to 28th: one was on the ground in a field of indigo; the rest were in clumps of 'sone' grass and from the same field composed of this grass.”
“On the 2nd December, 1877, I found a nest with three slightly-incubated eggs in a small babool bush which stood in a 'sone' grass-field.”
“Inside lining was made of very fine pieces of 'sone' grass.”
“* Android phones cannot play DRM-protected music, video or ringtones, such as sone music from the iTunes Store.”
“After this I found four nests in cane-clumps on the sides of roads, but they were empty, and as the birds abandoned them in due course I despaired of getting any eggs; but on the 15th June, while going along a road, the edges of which were bounded by the small embankments natives throw up round their holdings, and which are always overgrown with 'sone' grass, I saw one of these birds with a straw in its bill disappear at the root of a small date-tree.”
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Oh, that little smiling teacher tile in my Scrabble app. He teaches me so much.
A reflection upon words associated with the Indo-European roots 'oi-no-', one, unique and 'swem-' & 'swen-', move,stir and sound. Sound stirred and blended may bring oneness and resolution.
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