PRONUNCIATION: (SO-juhrn or so-JUHRN, noun: SO-juhrn)

MEANING: verb intr.: To stay in a place temporarily.
noun: A temporary stay.

ETYMOLOGY: From Old French surjurner (to stay temporarily), from Latin subdiurnare (to spend the day), from sub (under) + diurnum (day). Earliest documented use: 1325, for verb: 1290.

SLOJOURN - a boat trip to China

SO, YOURN - not mine...

SOTOURN - a sweet white wine for the orthographically challenged