a black and white tern, Sterna fuscata, of small tropical islands.
noun 1. a piece of solid food, as bread, for dipping in liquid food. 2. anything thoroughly soaked. 3. something given to pacify or quiet, or as a bribe: The political boss gave him some cash as a sop. 4. a weak-willed or spineless person; milksop. verb (used with object), sopped, sopping. 5. to dip […]
1. Standard Operating Procedure; Standing Operating Procedure. noun 1. (often pl) food soaked in a liquid before being eaten 2. a concession, bribe, etc, given to placate or mollify: a sop to one’s feelings 3. (informal) a stupid or weak person verb sops, sopping, sopped 4. (transitive) to dip or soak (food) in liquid 5. […]
noun, plural sopaipillas [soh-pahy-pee-uh z; Spanish saw-pahy-pee-yahs] /ˌsoʊ paɪˈpi əz; Spanish ˌsɔ paɪˈpi yɑs/ (Show IPA). Mexican Cookery. 1. a small pastry made of deep-fried yeast dough and usually dipped in honey.
the father who saves, probably the same as Sosipater, a kinsman of Paul (Rom. 16:21), a Christian of the city of Berea who accompanied Paul into Asia (Acts 20:4-6).