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Soho

(sōhō`, sə–), district of Westminster, London, England, known for its continental restaurants. Once a fashionable quarter, it became popular among writers and artists in the 19th cent. Past residents of Soho include John Dryden, William Hazlitt, William Blake, Thomas De Quincey, and Ernest Dowson.

SOHO

(soh -hoh) Abbrev. for Solar Heliospheric Observatory.

SoHo

bohemian neighborhood So(uth of) Ho(uston Street), New York City. [Am. Culture: Misc.]

Soho

a district of central London, in the City of Westminster: a foreign quarter since the late 17th century, now chiefly known for restaurants, nightclubs, striptease clubs, etc.

SoHo

small-office/home-office.

SOHO

(Small Office/Home Office) The small business. SOHO refers to companies with only a handful of employees, often just one or two. Over the years, computers and the Internet have leveled the playing field for small business and even the mom and pop shop, giving them access to research, information and functionality that was never possible prior to the 1990s. See SMB.