southwards

southward

[south-werd; Nautical suhth-erd]
adjective
1.
moving, bearing, facing, or situated toward the south.
2.
coming from the south, as a wind.
adverb
3.
Also, southwards. toward the south; south.
noun
4.
the southward part, direction, or point.

Origin:
before 900; Middle English; Old English sūth weard. See south, -ward

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southward (ˈsaʊθwəd, nautical ˈsʌðəd)
 
adj
1.  situated, directed, or moving towards the south
 
n
2.  the southward part, direction, etc; the south
 
adv
3.  a variant of southwards
 
'southwardly
 
adj, —adv

southwards or southward (ˈsaʊθwədz, nautical ˈsʌðədz)
 
adv
towards the south
 
southward or southward
 
adv

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