Son

A son is a male offspring; a boy or man in relation to his parents. The female counterpart is a daughter. ==Social issues regarding sons== In pre-industrial societies and some current countries with agriculture-based economies, a higher value was, and still is, assigned to sons rather than daughters, giving males higher social status, because male...
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Son

• (n.) Any young male person spoken of as a child; an adopted male child; a pupil, ward, or any other male dependent. • (n.) A male descendant, however distant; hence, in the plural, descendants in general. • (n.) The produce of anything. • (n.) Jesus Christ, the Savior; -- called the Son of God, and the Son of man. • (n.) ...
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(from the article `rumba`) The ballroom version is based on the Cuban son, itself a less vigorous form of the uninhibited Cuban rumba danced in taverns and similar places. The ...
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Son

Logos noun the divine word of God; the second person in the Trinity (incarnate in Jesus)
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noun a male human offspring; `their son became a famous judge`; `his boy is taller than he is`
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[gene] SON protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the SON gene. SON is the name that has been given to a large Ser/Arg (SR)-related protein, which is a splicing co-factor that contributes to an efficient splicing within cell cycle progression. It is also known as BASS1 (Bax antagonist selected in saccharomyces 1) or NRE-binding p...
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Son

[Korean surname] Son, Sohn or Shon (孫, 손) is a common Korean family name. As of 2000, there were 415,182 people by this surname in South Korea. ==List of notable people with this name== ...
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Son

[music] Son cubano is a style of music and dance that originated in Cuba and gained worldwide popularity in the 1930s. Son combines the structure and elements of Spanish canción and the Spanish guitar with African rhythms and percussion instruments of Bantu origin. The Cuban son is one of the most influential and widespread forms of Latin ...
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Son

Son noun [ Middle English sone , sune , Anglo-Saxon sunu ; akin to Dutch zoon , Old Saxon , OFries., & Old High German sunu , German sohn , Icelandic sonr , Swedish son , Danish sön , Goth. sunus , Lithuanian sunus , Ru...
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Son

A Cuban dance similar to the Bolero except that it is wilder in rhythmic accent and more violent in step pattern. It is the Son which first served as a basis for the Mambo which in turn became the triple Mambo, now known as Cha Cha. This slow rhythmic dance was originally in 2/4 time. It became Americanized and is usually played in 4/4 time.
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from the verb 'sonar' [to sound]. Ned Sublette in his book 'Cuba and its music' describes it as 'a Cuban synthesis: Bantu percussion, elodic rhythm, and call-and-response singing, melding with the Spanish peasant's guitar and language.'
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Son

Son: 1. Principally, a male offspring. 2. Also a male adopted child. 3. A term of address for a male. From the Old English sunu, from an Indo-European word meaning to give birth.
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Son

[n] - a male human offspring 2. [n] - the divine word of God
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