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Oxford dictionary definition of the word son:
a boy or man in relation to either or both of his parents.
a male offspring of an animal.
a male descendant:
the sons of Adam
(the Son) (in Christian belief) the second person of the Trinity; Christ.
a man considered in relation to his native country or area:
one of Norfolk’s most famous sons
a man regarded as the product of a particular person, influence, or environment:
sons of the church
(also my son) used by an older person as a form of address for a boy or young man:
you’re on private land, son
son of a bitch
(plural sons of bitches) informal used as a general term of contempt or abuse.
son of a gun
(plural sons of guns) informal, chiefly North American a jocular or affectionate way of addressing or referring to someone:
he’s a pretentious son of a gun, but he’s got a heart of gold
[with reference to the guns carried aboard ships: the epithet is said to have been applied originally to babies born at sea to women allowed to accompany their husbands]
Old English sunu, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch zoon and German Sohn, from an Indo-European root shared by Greek huios