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12.
A word often used in place of a period at the end of a sentence, with the voice trialing off.

It suggests that the speaker thinks that more should be said, but there may be nothing to logically follow it.
Heard on David Letterman in a Rupert Gee episode where a lady off the street ended every sentence with ", so ..." "Where are you from?" "I'm from Cleveland." "What are you doing for a good time in New York?" "We're going to shows and walking around, so ..." "Having fun?" "A lot of fun, so ..."
by J.W. Hall March 21, 2007
 
1.
SO
n., Acronym - 'Significant Other'.
My S.O. can't join us for drinks later.
by T.D. January 20, 2003
 
2.
Abbreviation for "Significant Other". The gender-neutral way to refer to someone's boy/girlfriend.
I'm having a party at my place. Bring your S.O.!
by The Grammar Nazi November 10, 2001
 
3.
Means "significant other".
Hey, stop macking your S.O. and go home.
by unicore November 18, 2006
 
4.
So
1.
Used in an argument when someone has made a good point and the other person doesn't know what to say.
2.
Used before a sentence when someone is not sure what to say. Usually repeated by another person.
3.
Used by teenage girls and gay men in the middle of a sentence to emphasize a the point. See like
4.
Used by someone in a conversation if it doesn't matter.
5.
Used by someone in a conversation if they don't care.
1.
Man 1: But you're a dick!
Man 2: So?
2.
Girl:So...
Man:So...
Girl: Wanna go to the cinema?
3.
Gay: That is like so good.
4.
Man: But it's raining outside!
Girl: So?
5.
Man: I have a big willy.
Girl: So?
by Hawke September 11, 2005
 
5.
so
adj. 1. used to add extra emphasis to a statement that would otherwise describe the exact same thing.
We're SO gonna go to Wal-Mart!
She SO deserved that award!
by agent 2693 February 07, 2005
 
6.
so?
a quicker way of saying:

1) who cares?
2) what's your point?
3) why does this / it matter?

etc.
"i found a nickel"
"so?"

"it's getting late"
"so?"
by k.k. March 22, 2004
 
7.
So
The first word of any answer given by a know-it-all douchebag, said to give the effect that they were already speaking when you asked your question or requested their opinion, in order to feign superiority or to imply that they knew what you wanted to know before you inquired.
Man: "What sort of food does that restaurant serve?"
Know-It-All Douche: "So, they have asian fusion and cali fresh, not that you would know what those things aaaaaaaaaaaarrrrrrrre..."

Man: "Is that new game any good?"
Know-It-All Douche: "So, this game was developed on the new platform, not that you could understaaaaaaaaaaaaand it..."
by Papasanfolkhero April 20, 2011