A boy or man in relation to either or both of his parents
A male offspring of an animal
A male descendant
the sons of Adam
(in Christian belief) The second person of the Trinity; Christ
A man considered in relation to his native country or area
one of Nevada's most famous sons
A man regarded as the product of a particular person, influence, or environment
sons of the French Revolution
Used by an elder person as a form of address for a boy or young man
“You're on private land, son.”
a male human offspring; "their son became a famous judge"; "his boy is taller than he is"
the divine word of God; the second person in the Trinity (incarnate in Jesus)
A son is a male offspring; a boy or man in relation to his parents. The female analogue is a daughter.
In Norse mythology, Óðrerir, Óðrørir or Óðrœrir refers either to one of the vessels that contain the mead of poetry (along with Boðn and Són) or to the mead itself.
SON protein is a protein that in humans is encoded by the SON gene.
The Syun (Сөн, Сюнь, Сөн|Sön) is a river in Bashkortostan and Tatarstan, Russian Federation, a left-bank tributary of the Belaya River (Kama basin). Its length is 209 km (74 of them in Tatarstan) and its drainage basin is 4,500 km². ...
Son is Juana Molina's fourth album.
Son was a Canadian alternative rock band in the 1990s. The band included Jason Beck, Dominic Salole and Dave Szigeti.
(The sons) of the ruling prince: Sri (mother's house name) (personal name) Tampi.
To dream of your son, if you have one, as being handsome and dutiful, foretells that he will afford you proud satisfaction, and will aspire to high honors. If he is maimed, or suffering from illness or accident, there is trouble ahead for you. ...
A style of popular dance music of the peasant or working-class, combining several Spanish and African elements. ...
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. ...
A number that was assigned by OPM to identify an SEPARATION-US (uniformed services) (formerly Central Personnel Data File (CPDF). The SON was called Separation–MIL) is a separation action replaced by the POI (Personnel Office Identifier. ...
A style of music where the performers originally improvised their lyrics as social commentary. Based on melodic lines from the west, particularly Spain, and rhythms from Africa.
Black musical style in Cuba developed toward the end of the 19th century. The music combines musical string elements that originated from Spain with percussion styles from Africa. The music was initially played in hiding, but today is celebrated as a uniquely Cuban musical tradition.
Cuba; Rhythm; Dance. The Cuban root of today's Salsa. (uw)
One of the vessels containing the poetic mead.
A highly syncretic genre of dance music created by musicians in Eastern Cuba towards the end of the 1800s. In terms of its form, lyrical content, and instrumentation, the son reflects the fusion of African and European elements. ...
The designation Jesus receives as part of the Holy Trinity. This is the part of God who became human, was killed, and then resurrected to provide humanity with salvation.
One important form the the merging of African and Spanish influences resulted in, it is the root of most familiar styles of Afro-Cuban dance music. ...
A biological, adopted, or foster child, stepchild, legal ward, or a child for whom an individual is standing or stood in loco parentis.
a style of popular Cuban dance music that is at the root of today’s salsa music.
popular song style of Cuba characterized by string accompaniment of guitar and percussion
The metal disc produced from a mother disc in the replication process. Fathers or sons are used in molds to stamp discs.
Number issued by the local exchange carrier to confirm the order for the ISDN service. It provides a matching number for cross referencing the order to the phone company.