1 in or characteristic of a region of the United States south of (approximately) the Mason-Dixon line; "southern hospitality"; "southern cooking"; "southern plantations" [ant: northern]
2 situated in or oriented toward the south; "a southern exposure"; "took a southerly course" [syn: southerly]
3 situated in or coming from regions of the south; "the southern hemisphere"; "southern constellations" [ant: northern]
4 from the south; used especially of wind; "a hot south wind"; "southern breezes"; "the winds are southerly" [syn: southerly]
- /ˈsʌðə(r)n/, /"sVD@(r)n/
of the south
- Bulgarian: южен
- Czech: jižní
- Dutch: zuid, zuidelijk
- Esperanto: suda
- French: méridional, sud
- German: südlich
- Greek: νότιος
- Interlingua: meridional, del sud
- Latin: meridionalis, australis
- Polish: południowy
- Portuguese: do sul
- Russian: южный
- Scots: soothren
- Spanish: meridional, del sur, sureño
- Swedish: södra
- Volapük: sulüdik
of or pertaining to a southern region
The name Southern has applied to a number of things over the years, and may refer to:
- Southern Company, a US electricity corporation.
Southern Railway, a former railway company in the UK.
- Southern, a current train operating company in the UK with the name inspired by the former
- Southern Railway, a former railway company in the USA.
- Southern Records, an American independent record label.
- Southern Television, a now defunct UK television company, one of the ITV regional franchises.
southern in German: Southern
southern in French: Southern (homonymie)
southern in Dutch: Southern
southern in Japanese: サザン
southern in Polish: Southern
antarctic, arctic, austral, boreal, east, eastbound, easterly, eastermost, eastern, easternmost, hyperborean, meridional, north, northbound, northeast, northeasterly, northeastern, northerly, northern, northernmost, northwest, northwesterly, northwestern, occidental, oriental, south, southbound, southeast, southeasterly, southeastern, southerly, southernmost, southwest, southwesterly, southwestern, west, westbound, westerly, western, westernmost