Sun vs Sud - What's the difference?
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* (sense) (capitalized) Sun
The star that the Earth revolves around and from which it receives light and warmth.
[The Illustrated Oxford Dictionary , Oxford University Press, 1998]
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* The Sun is traditionally regarded as masculine.
(astronomy) A star,
especially when seen as the centre of any single solar system.
The light and warmth which is received from the sun.
Something like the sun in brightness or splendor.
- Lambs that did frisk in the sun .
[Webster's College Dictionary , Random House, 2001]
* Bible, Psalms lxxiv. 11
* Eikon Basilike
- For the Lord God is a sun and shield.
(chiefly, literary) Sunrise or sunset.
- I will never consent to put out the sun of sovereignity to posterity.
*, p.184 (republished 1832):
*:whilst many an hunger-starved poor creature pines in the street, wants clothes to cover him, labours hard all day long, runs, rides for a trifle, fights peradventure from sun' to ' sun , sick and ill, weary, full of pain and grief, is in great distress and sorrow of heart.
* everything under the sun
* sun cream
* sun cure
* sun deck
* sun god
* sun hat
* sun lamp
* sun protection factor
* sun shower
* sun visor
* talk about everything under the sun
To expose to the warmth and radiation of the sun.
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To warm or dry in the sunshine.
To be exposed to the sun.
To expose the eyes to the sun as part of the Bates method.
(informal) A bubble of lather or foam (the singular of suds).