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|The Simple English Wiktionary has a definition for: southern.|
Southern is the adjective form of south. It may refer to:
Education[change | change source]
- Southern University, a university in the U.S. state of Louisiana
- Southern Adventist University, Collegedale, Tennessee, United States
- Southern Connecticut State University, New Haven, Connecticut, United States
- Southern High School, various schools
Organisations[change | change source]
- Southern Railway (disambiguation), various railways
- Southern Airways, a defunct airline
- Southern Air, an airline based in Norwalk, Connecticut, U.S.
- Southern Company, a U.S. electricity corporation
- Southern Records, an independent record label
- Southern Television, a now defunct UK television company
- Southern (train operating company), current train operator for some services in Southern England.
Surname[change | change source]
- Caleb Southern, American music producer
- Edwin Southern, molecular biologist
- Eileen Southern, American musicologist
- Jeri Southern, American jazz pianist and singer
- Keith Southern, English association football player for Blackpool F.C.
- Richard Southern (1903–1989), British theatre designer
- R. W. Southern (1912–2001), British medieval historian
- Sarah Southern, British businesswoman and former Conservative Party official
- Steve Southern, Australian professional rugby player
- Terry Southern, American writer
Sports[change | change source]
- Southern 500, a NASCAR car race
- Southern 500 (1950-2004), a former NASCAR race
- Southern Conference, a Division I college athletic conference affiliated with the National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA)
- Southern Jaguars, the athletic program of the main campus of Southern University
- Southern League, various sports leagues
Geographic locations[change | change source]
- Southern Hemisphere
- Southern Ocean, the waters surrounding Antarctica
- Southern United States
- Southern (country subdivision)
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