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USA Today Crossword – Jul 13 2019
Random information on the term “SOU”:
Su is the pinyin romanization of the common Chinese surname written 苏 in simplified characters and 蘇 traditionally.
It was listed 42nd among the Song-era list of the Hundred Family Surnames.
It is also the pinyin romanization of the very rare surname 粟.
The Wade form of the name is identical to the pinyin, but it is also sometimes irregularly romanized as Soo.
蘇 and 苏 are also romanized So and Sou in Cantonese; Soh and Souw in Southern Min dialects; Soh in Teochew; and Thu in Gan.
This Chinese name is also the source of the Vietnamese surname Tô (Chữ Nôm: 蘇); the Korean surname 소, which is romanized So; the Japanese surname 蘇, which is also romanized So; and the Filipino/Tagalog surname So. Also, the Filipino family name “Solon” is a Hispanized version of So. The Solon clan coming from Cebu are famous for their ancestors who were government officials. The Solons were originally from Canton.
Su was the 41st-most-common Chinese surname in the Mainland during the 1982 census and the 45th-most-common in the 2007 report on household registrations released by the Chinese Ministry of Public Security. It has been listed as the 23rd-most-common Chinese surname on Taiwan.