Whisper / Video / 2010

soil /sɔɪl/


  1. the earth’s top layer, the land surface where plants grow and  which is composed of disintegrated rock particles, humus, water, and air
  2. a type of this material having specific characteristics: loamy soil
  3. land, country, or region: one’s native soil
  4. the soil, life and work on a farm; land: he belonged to the soil, as his forefathers had
  5. any place or thing encouraging growth or development

Etymology: 14th Century: from Anglo-Norman, from Latin solium a seat, but confused with Latin solum the ground.

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