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Meanings of Southings:

noun

Distance travelled or measured southward, especially at sea.

Usage examples:

The object of all vessels using this route is to get sufficient southing off the coast to beat arou…

Meanings of Southland:

noun

In singular and plural. lands lying in or towards the south.

adjective

Of, from, or belonging to the southern part of a country or region or lands laying to the south.

Meanings of Southlander:

noun

A southerner.

Meanings of Southly:

adjective

Southern; southerly.

Meanings of Southmost:

adjective

Most southerly. compare southermost , "southernmost".

Meanings of Southness:

noun

A magnetic quality associated with the south pole of a magnet.

Meanings of Southpaw:

noun

A left-handed boxer who leads with the right hand.

Usage examples:

He needed three rounds to work out the mexican southpaw before taking over
idiom

A person who is left-handed

Meanings of Southron:

adjective

Belonging to or dwelling in the south of britain; southern; especially. english as distinguished from scottish.

noun

A native of england; an englishman.

Meanings of Southrons:

adjective

Belonging to or dwelling in the south of britain; southern; especially. english as distinguished from scottish.

noun

A native of england; an englishman.

Souths

saʊθ

Meanings of Souths:

verb

Move towards the south.

Usage examples:

The wind southed a point or two
noun

The direction towards the point of the horizon 90° clockwise from east, or the point on the horizon itself.

Usage examples:

The breeze came from the south
adjective

Lying towards, near, or facing the south.

Usage examples:

The south coast
adverb

To or towards the south.

Usage examples:

They journeyed south along the valley

Meanings of Southumbrian:

noun

A native or inhabitant of the northern part of the early english kingdom of mercia, south of the river humber and north of the river trent. also more widely: a native or inhabitant of england south of the river humber.

adjective

Of or relating to northern mercia. also more widely: of or relating to england south of the river humber.

Southward

ˈsaʊθwəd

Meanings of Southward:

adjective

In a southerly direction.

Usage examples:

People began a southward drift
adverb

Towards the south.

Usage examples:

The village stretches southwards across the plain
noun

The direction or region to the south.

Usage examples:

Cool air from the ocean to the southward

Southwards

ˈsaʊθ.wəd

Meanings of Southwards:

adverb

Towards the south.

Usage examples:

The village stretches southwards across the plain
adjective

In a southerly direction.

Usage examples:

People began a southward drift
noun

The direction or region to the south.

Usage examples:

Cool air from the ocean to the southward

Meanings of Southwest:

noun

The direction towards the point of the horizon midway between south and west, or the point of the horizon itself.

Usage examples:

Clouds uncoiled from the south-west
adjective

Lying towards, near, or facing the south-west.

Usage examples:

The south-west tower collapsed in a storm
adverb

To or towards the south-west.

Usage examples:

They drove directly south-west

Southwester

ˌsaʊθˈwes.tər

Meanings of Southwester:

noun

A wind blowing from the south-west.

Usage examples:

By last night the wind had dropped to a southwester of about 10 knots.

Southwesterlies

ˌsaʊθˈwes.tə.li

Meanings of Southwesterlies:

noun

A wind blowing from the south-west; a southwester.

Usage examples:

A cold and vicious south-westerly
adjective

Lying towards, near, or facing the south-west.

Usage examples:

The room enjoys south-westerly views of the mountains
adverb

To or towards the south-west.

Usage examples:

Make straight south-westerly from here

Southwesterly

ˌsaʊθˈwɛst(ə)li

Meanings of Southwesterly:

adjective

Lying towards, near, or facing the south-west.

Usage examples:

The room enjoys south-westerly views of the mountains
adverb

To or towards the south-west.

Usage examples:

Make straight south-westerly from here
noun

A wind blowing from the south-west; a southwester.

Usage examples:

A cold and vicious south-westerly

Southwestern

ˌsaʊθˈwɛst(ə)n

Meanings of Southwestern:

adjective

Situated in, directed towards, or facing the south-west.

Usage examples:

The south-western coast of turkey

Meanings of Southwesterner:

noun

A native or inhabitant of the south-western part of a country or region, especially the united states.

Meanings of Southwesterners:

noun

A native or inhabitant of the south-western part of a country or region, especially the united states.

Meanings of Southwesters:

noun

A wind blowing from the south-west.

Usage examples:

By last night the wind had dropped to a southwester of about 10 knots.

Meanings of Southwestward:

adverb

Towards the south-west.

Usage examples:

The governor sent two companies of foot soldiers south-westwards
adjective

Situated in, directed toward, or facing the south-west.

Usage examples:

The south-westward extension of the valley

Meanings of Southwestwardly:

adjective

Directed towards or situated in the south-west.

adverb

In a south-westerly direction; towards the south-west.

Meanings of Southwestwards:

adverb

Towards the south-west.

Usage examples:

The governor sent two companies of foot soldiers south-westwards
adjective

Situated in, directed toward, or facing the south-west.

Usage examples:

The south-westward extension of the valley

Souvenir

ˌsuː.vənˈɪər

Meanings of Souvenir:

noun

A thing that is kept as a reminder of a person, place, or event.

Usage examples:

The recording provides a souvenir of a great production
verb

Take as a memento.

Usage examples:

Many parts of the aircraft have been souvenired

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