hmmmmmmm looking up the word some seems to be harder then I thought , but me being a nice guy and all will help you out W*GS ....
From MSN encarta .......
adjective a little: used to indicate an unspecified number, quantity, or proportion of a total, generally a fairly small to average or reasonable one
I agree with you to some extent.
Some of you, I know, will disagree with me.
2. adjective quite a few: used with a slight emphasis to indicate an unspecified but fairly large number or quantity
We have been debating this problem for some months now.
3. adjective particular but unspecified: used to indicate an unspecified single person or thing, often in a dismissive way ( informal )
He was reading some medical book.
4. adjective used for emphasis: used to emphasize that somebody or something is impressive or remarkable in some way ( informal )
That was some performance you put on for us!
5. adverb approximately: used to indicate that a number is approximate
for some 30 years
6. adverb to small extent: to a small extent or degree ( informal )
I do write some, but not as much as I'd like.
7. adverb a great deal: a great deal, at a considerable rate, or vigorously ( informal )
I'm going to have to study some to get through this exam.
[ Old English sum "one, somebody" < Indo-European, "together with"]
and then some used to emphasize that more, often considerably more, has been done than was suggested in a previous statement (informal)
Now take a look at the name of this thread ......... Amazing huh