Sowans to Spanæmia
(Sow"ans) n. pl. See Sowens.
(Sow"ar) n. [Per. sawar a horseman.] In India, a mounted soldier.
(Sow"bane`) n. (Bot.) The red goosefoot said to be fatal to swine.
(Sowce) n. & v. See Souse. [Obs.]
(Sow"dan) n. [F. soudan. See Soldan.] Sultan. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Sow"dan*esse`) n. A sultaness. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Sow"ens) n. pl. [Scottish; cf. AS. seáw juice, glue, paste.] A nutritious article of food, much
used in Scotland, made from the husk of the oat by a process not unlike that by which common starch
is made; called flummery in England. [Written also sowans, and sowins.]
(Sow"er) n. One who, or that which, sows.
(Sow"ins) n. pl. See Sowens.
(Sowl, Sowle) v. t. [Cf. prov. G. zaulen, zauseln, G. zausen to tug, drag.] To pull by the ears; to
drag about. [Obs.] hak.
(Sowl), v. i. See Soul, v. i. [Obs.]
(Sown) p. p. of Sow.
(Sowne) v. t. & i. To sound. [Obs.] Chaucer.
(Sowse) n. & v. See Souse. [Obs.] ryden.
(Sow"ter) n. See Souter. [Obs.] B. Jonson.
(Soy) n. [Chinese shoyu.]
1. A Chinese and Japanese liquid sauce for fish, etc., made by subjecting boiled beans or beans and
meal, to long fermentation and then long digestion in salt and water.
2. (Bot.) The soja, a kind of bean. See Soja.
(Soyle) v. t. [Aphetic form of assoil.] To solve, to clear up; as, to soyl all other texts. [Obs.]
(Soyle), n. [Cf. Soil to feed.] Prey. [Obs.] Spenser.
(Soyn"ed) a. [F. soigner to care.] Filled with care; anxious. [Obs.] Mir. for Mag.
(Soz"zle) v. t. [Freq. from soss, v.]
1. To splash or wet carelessly; as, to sozzle the feet in water. [Local, U.S.] Bartlett.
2. To heap up in confusion. [Prov. Eng.] Forby.
1. One who spills water or other liquids carelessly; specifically, a sluttish woman. [Local, U.S.]
2. A mass, or heap, confusedly mingled. [Prov. Eng.]