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 So’journ (2 syl.)Sol-fa. 
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E. Cobham Brewer 1810–1897. Dictionary of Phrase and Fable. 1898.
 
Sol (Latin).
 
The sun.   1
       
“And when Dan Sol to slope his wheels began.”
       
Thomson: Castle of Indolence, canto i.
   Sol. The term given by the ancient alchemists to gold. Silver was luna.   2
   Sol in the Edda was the daughter of Mundilfori, and sister of Ma’ni. 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.)   3
 


 So’journ (2 syl.)Sol-fa. 

 
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