1 a colloid that has a continuous liquid phase in which a solid is suspended in a liquid [syn: colloidal solution, colloidal suspension]
2 (Roman mythology) ancient Roman god; personification of the sun; counterpart of Greek Helios
3 the syllable naming the fifth (dominant) note of any musical scale in solmization [syn: soh, so] [also: soles (pl)]soles See sol
- Plural of sole
The sole (foot) is the bottom of the foot.
Sole may also refer to:
- Sole, in shoemaking, is the bottom supporting member of the shoe
(fish), several species and groups of flatfishes:
- The family of the "true soles" Soleidae, including the common or Dover sole Solea solea, highly esteemed in European cooking.
- American soles in the family Achiridae, sometimes classified among the Soleidae.
- Tongue soles in the family Cynoglossidae.
- Several species of righteye flounder in the family Pleuronectidae, including the lemon sole and the Pacific Dover sole.
- Sole, the bottom, flat part of plane that slides along the workpiece
- Solé, American female rapper and wife of R&B singer Ginuwine
- Sole (artist), a hip-hop emcee and co-founder of the Anticon record label
- Josh Sole, an Italian rugby union player
- Sole proprietorship, a business which legally has no separate existence from its owner
- Corporation sole, in English law, a legal entity consisting of a single person ("sole")
- Sole Technology, an American footwear company specializing in skateboarding shoes
- The "Sole Creator" is a reference to God.
- Sõle Street, a street in Põhja-Tallinn, Tallinn, Estonia.
- Sole Bank, sand bank in the Atlantic Ocean near Cornwall; the shipping forecast area Sole is named after it.
soles in German: Sohle
soles in Spanish: Suela
soles in Esperanto: Plando
soles in French: Sole (homonymie)
soles in Dutch: Zool