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Supposed to mean sorry. Any takers? Adjective? Capitalized? SemperBlotto 21:43, 15 June 2006 (UTC)
- Well, an actual publication has used it to mean "I am sorry".  May be a more UK thing. Definitely seen it though. Google has quite a few blog and forum hits with this usage. HTH. --Lord Voldemort 20:12, 19 July 2006 (UTC)
- To lowercase. Rfvpassed. Andrew massyn 19:30, 25 July 2006 (UTC)
Where I am from (in the UK) 'soz' has been an everyday slang word for sorry for as long as I can remember. I've noticed a lot of sites on the Internet say that soz is only Internet or Text Messaging slang, but as far as I am concerned this is untrue. I have been using the word soz to mean sorry for over 22 years which is a lot longer than I have known about the existence of the Internet or mobile phones. And I am sure people who are older than me and live in the area I do have been using the word for much longer than that. Like the person above has said, maybe it is only a UK thing, and therefore it has been labeled as Internet slang because the rest of the world have only found out about it due to communication across the Internet. Shimekorosu 01:09, 22 September 2009 (UTC)