Soja So"ja (s[=o]"j[.a] or s[=o]"y[.a]), n. (Bot.) An Asiatic leguminous herb ({Glycine max}, formerly {Glycine Soja}) the seeds of which (called {soy beans}) are used in preparing the sauce called {soy}. Called also {soya}. [1913 Webster]

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  • soy — SOY. Pronom personnel de la troisiesme personne & de tout genre. Il ne sert jamais de nominatif. Prendre sur soy l évenement d une affaire. penser à soy. prendre garde à soy. estre à soy. rapporter tout à soy. revenir à soy. il est malhonneste de …   Dictionnaire de l'Académie française

  • Soy — Soy …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Soy — o SOY puede referirse a: SOY, suplemento del diario argentino Página/12. Música Soy (2001), álbum de la cantante mexicana Alejandra Guzmán. Soy (2006), álbum de la cantante mexicana Cynthia. Soy (2008), álbum del cantante Víctor Manuelle. Soy… …   Wikipedia Español

  • soy — UK [sɔɪ] / US or soya UK [ˈsɔɪə] / US noun Word forms soy : singular soy plural soys 1) [countable/uncountable] a soya bean 2) [uncountable] soy sauce …   English dictionary

  • Soy — (soi), Soya Soy a(soi [.a]), n. [Chinese sh[=o]y[=u].] 1. A Chinese and Japanese liquid sauce for fish, etc., made by subjecting boiled beans (esp. soybeans), or beans and meal, to long fermentation and then long digestion in salt and water.… …   The Collaborative International Dictionary of English

  • soy — [ sɔı ] or soy|a [ sɔıə ] noun 1. ) count or uncount a SOYBEAN 2. ) uncount SOY SAUCE …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • soy — 1670s, saio sauce for fish, made from soybeans, from Du. soya, from Japanese soyu, variant of shoyu soy, from Chinese shi yu, from shi fermented soy beans + yu oil. Etymology reflects Dutch presence in Japan long before English merchants began to …   Etymology dictionary

  • soy — /soy/, n. 1. See soy sauce. 2. the soybean. [1690 1700; perh. via D or NL < Japn shoyu, earlier shauyu < MChin, equiv. to Chin jìngyóu soybean oil] * * * …   Universalium

  • soy — Soy, Seruat y Graecum, quia Graece scribitur, {{t=g}}hou,{{/t}} aspiratio autem vertitur in s. Le pere entend que les enfans appartiennent à soy, Intelligit ad se pater filios pertinere …   Thresor de la langue françoyse

  • soy — ► NOUN 1) (also soy sauce) a sauce made with fermented soya beans, used in Chinese and Japanese cooking. 2) another term for SOYA(Cf. ↑soya). ORIGIN Chinese, from two words meaning «salted beans» and «oil» …   English terms dictionary

  • soy — [soi′əsoi] n. [Jpn, prob. dial. var. of SinoJpn shōyu < shō, rice, wheat, or beans fermented & steeped in brine + yu, oil] 1. SOY SAUCE 2. the soybean plant or its seeds: Also Chiefly Brit. soya [soi′ə] …   English World dictionary

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