the region of the United States lying to the south of the Mason-Dixon line
Confederacy, Confederate States, Confederate States of America, South, Dixie, Dixieland(noun)
the southern states that seceded from the United States in 1861
south, due south, southward, S(noun)
the cardinal compass point that is at 180 degrees
a location in the southern part of a country, region, or city
the direction corresponding to the southward cardinal compass point
situated in or facing or moving toward or coming from the south
"the south entrance"
south, to the south, in the south(adverb)
in a southern direction
"we moved south"
One of the four major compass points, specifically 180°, directed toward the South Pole, and conventionally downwards on a map.
Toward the south; southward.
In an adverse direction or trend.
Of wind, from the south.
Toward the south; southward.
Of wind, from the south.
Of or pertaining to the south; southern.
Pertaining to the part of a corridor used by southbound traffic.
south highway 1
Those states which formed the Confederacy during the American Civil War.
The south-eastern states of the United States, including more or less the same states as formed the Confederacy.
The southern part of any region.
that one of the four cardinal points directly opposite to the north; the region or direction to the right or direction to the right of a person who faces the east
a country, region, or place situated farther to the south than another; the southern section of a country
specifically: That part of the United States which is south of Mason and Dixon's line. See under Line
the wind from the south
lying toward the south; situated at the south, or in a southern direction from the point of observation or reckoning; proceeding toward the south, or coming from the south; blowing from the south; southern; as, the south pole
toward the south; southward
from the south; as, the wind blows south
to turn or move toward the south; to veer toward the south
to come to the meridian; to cross the north and south line; -- said chiefly of the moon; as, the moon souths at nine
Origin: [OE. south, su, AS. s for sun; akin to D. zuid, OHG. sund, G. sd, sden, Icel. sur, sunnr, Dan. syd, snden, Sw. syd, sder, sunnan; all probably akin to E. sun, meaning, the side towards the sun. 297. See Sun.]
South is a noun, adjective, or adverb indicating direction or geography. South is one of the four cardinal directions or compass points. It is the polar opposite of north and is perpendicular to east and west. By convention, the bottom side of a map is south. To go south using a compass for navigation, set a bearing or azimuth of 180°.
Chambers 20th Century Dictionary
sowth, n. the direction in which the sun appears at noon to the people north of the Tropic of Cancer: any land opposite the north: the Southern States in U.S. history: the side of a church on the right hand of one facing the altar.—adj. lying towards the south.—adv. towards the south.—v.i. to veer towards the south: to cross the meridian of a place.—n. South′-east′, the direction equally distant from the south and east.—adjs. South′-east′, South′-east′erly, South′-east′ern, pertaining to, in the direction of, or coming from the south-east.—n. South′-east′er, a wind from the south-east.—advs. South′-east′ward, -ly, toward the south-east.—n. Souther (sowth′-), a wind from the south.—v.i. to veer toward the south.—adj. Southering (suth′-), turned toward the south, having a southern exposure.—n. Southerliness (suth′-), the condition of being southerly.—adjs. Southerly (suth′-), Southern (suth′-), pertaining to, situated in, or proceeding from or towards the south:—superls. Southermost (suth′-), Southernmost (suth′-), South′most, most southern, farthest towards the south.—n. Southerner (suth′-), an inhabitant of the south, esp. of the Southern States of America.—v.t. and v.i. Southernise (suth′-), to render southern in qualities or character, or to become such.—n. Southernism (suth′-), a form of expression peculiar to the south, esp. the Southern States of America.—adv. Southernly (suth′-), towards the south.—ns. Southernwood (suth′-), an aromatic plant of southern Europe, closely allied to wormwood; Southing (sowth′-), tendency or motion to the south: the time at which the moon passes the meridian; South′land, the south (also adj.).—adv. South′ly.—n. South′ness, tendency of a magnetic needle to point toward the south.—adj. Southron (suth′-), southern, esp. English.—n. a native or inhabitant of a southern country or district: an Englishman.—advs. South′ward (also suth′ard), toward the south (also n. and adj.); South′wardly (also adj.); South′wards.—n. South′-west′, the direction equally distant from the south and west—adjs. South′-west′, South′-west′erly, South′-west′ern, pertaining to, proceeding from, or lying in the direction of the south-west.—n. South′-west′er, a st
Is one of the four cardinal directions or compass points.
True south is the direction towards the southern end of the axis about which the earth rotates, called the South Pole. The South Pole is located in Antarctica. Magnetic south is the direction towards the south magnetic pole, some distance away from the south geographic pole.Submitted by MC Harmonious on February 9, 2017
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Rank popularity for the word 'South' in Spoken Corpus Frequency: #577
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Rank popularity for the word 'South' in Written Corpus Frequency: #798
Rank popularity for the word 'South' in Nouns Frequency: #233
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The numerical value of South in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of South in Pythagorean Numerology is: 2
Examples of South in a Sentence
The South Side of Chicago is my oyster.
South Carolina is a really natural fit for Jeb.
We are in the South and have beaches everywhere.
Soldiers are dangerously fleeing to South Korea.
I totally believed in Joe South, and in this song.
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- паўднёвы, по́ўдзеньBelarusian
- юг, ю́женBulgarian
- su, kreisteizBreton
- migjorn, sud, migdiaCatalan, Valencian
- jih, poledne, jižníCzech
- югъOld Church Slavonic, Church Slavonic, Old Bulgarian
- Süden, südlich, den Bach runter gehen, süd, auf dem absteigen AstGerman
- νότος, νότια, νότιοςGreek
- sudo, sudaEsperanto
- austral, sureño, meridional, [[del]] [[sur]], [[al]] [[sur]], sur, hacer aguasSpanish
- hego, hegoaldeBasque
- نیمروز, جنوبPersian
- eteläinen, eteläFinnish
- midi, méridional, sud, australFrench
- súdlik, súd, sudenWestern Frisian
- a deas, deasScottish Gaelic
- ao sur, surGalician
- דרומי, תימנא, דרוםHebrew
- հարավ, հարավայինArmenian
- sud, austral, [[del]] [[sud]], meridionalInterlingua
- sud, mezzogiorno, meridione, meridionaleItalian
- 南方, 南Japanese
- ខាងត្បូង, ទៅខាងត្បូង, ទិសខាងត្បូង, ទក្សិណKhmer
- 남쪽, 남, 南Korean
- başûr, باشورKurdish
- australis, meridiesLatin
- југ, ју́женMacedonian
- өмнө зүгMongolian
- selatan, janubiMalay
- nofsinhar, sud, t'isfelMaltese
- zuidelijk, zuid, zuidenDutch
- sørNorwegian Nynorsk
- syd, sørNorwegian
- shádiʼááhNavajo, Navaho
- ਦੱਖਣPanjabi, Punjabi
- południowy, południePolish
- [[ao]] [[sul]], [[do]] [[sul]], meridional, sulista, sul, australPortuguese
- sid, südRomansh
- sudic, sudRomanian
- зюйд, юг, ю́жныйRussian
- југ, jugSerbo-Croatian
- දකණSinhala, Sinhalese
- južný, juhSlovak
- söder, sydSwedish
- güney, cenupTurkish
- җәнуб, جەنۇبUyghur, Uighur
- جنوب, دکشنUrdu
- phía nam, hướng namVietnamese
- sulüdik, sulüdVolapük
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