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southron

[ suhth-ruhn ]
/ ˈsʌð rən /
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noun
Southern U.S. southerner (def. 2).
(usually initial capital letter)Scot. a native or inhabitant of England.
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Origin of southron

1425–75; late Middle English; earlier southren (variant of southern), modeled on Saxon, Briton, etc.
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British Dictionary definitions for southron

Southron
/ (ˈsʌðrən) /

noun
mainly Scot a Southerner, esp an Englishman
Scot the English language as spoken in England
dialect, mainly Southern US an inhabitant of the South, esp at the time of the Civil War
adjective
mainly Scot of or relating to the South or to England

Word Origin for Southron

C15: Scottish variant of Southern
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