t. southern

Southern

[suhth-ern]
noun
Terry, 1924–95, U.S. novelist and screenwriter.

pro-Southern, adjective
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southern (ˈsʌðən)
 
adj
1.  situated in or towards the south
2.  (of a wind, etc) coming from the south
3.  native to, inhabiting, or growing in the south
4.  (sometimes capital) astronomy south of the celestial equator

Southern (ˈsʌðən)
 
adj
of, relating to, or characteristic of the south of a particular region or country

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southern
O.E. suðerne, from suð "south" (see south) + -erne, suffix denoting direction.
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