of or denoting the southern part of a specified area, city, or country or its inhabitants.
Telegraph Hill in South Boston
the direction toward the point of the horizon 90° clockwise from east, or the point on the horizon itself.
the breeze came from the south
the southern part of the world or of a specified country, region, or town.
he was staying in the south of France
the player sitting opposite and partnering North.
South plays a low Diamond which West must win.
to or toward the south.
they journeyed south along the valley
below (a particular amount, cost, etc.).
media spending last year was south of $1 million
move toward the south.
the wind southed a point or two
in the US, a term with several definitions, most commonly the 11 states of the 1861–65 Confederacy: Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, and Virginia.
It points to every direction on the compass: north, south , east and west.
An old male beached on the south coast in January 1992.
The Atlantic lies to the west, and the Indian Ocean to the south and east.
It is bordered by Eritrea to the north, Djibouti to the east, Kenya to the south , and the Sudan to the west.
the house faces south
The plan had been to drive south all morning, stopping off at various orchards and demonstration fields along the way.
The Spring River forms in Howell County of southcentral Missouri just a few miles south of the Eleven Point River and near the Mark Twain National Forest, then flows southward into Arkansas at Mammoth Springs in Fulton County.
He kept looking back toward the south coast of England until eventually it slowly disappeared over the horizon.
He lived most of his life in Morocco which was in close contact with al-Andalus, or Andalusia, which was the Arab controlled region in the south of Spain.
We will be moving faster now, heading into the chop of a south wind and twilight has passed into dark.