toward the south:
a southerly course.
(especially of a wind) coming from the south:
a gentle southerly breeze.
noun, plural southerlies.
a wind that blows from the south.
of, relating to, or situated in the south
towards or in the direction of the south
from the south: a southerly wind
noun (pl) -lies
a wind from the south
- Southerly buster
noun 1. (sometimes capitals) a sudden violent cold wind on the SE coast of Australia causing a rapid drop in temperature Sometimes shortened to southerly
adjective 1. lying toward, situated in, or directed toward the south. 2. coming from the south, as a wind. 3. of or relating to the south. 4. (initial capital letter) of or relating to the South of the United States. 5. Astronomy. being or located south of the celestial equator or of the zodiac: a […]
plural noun 1. a mountain range in New Zealand, on South Island. Highest peak, Mt. Cook, 12,349 feet (3765 meters). Southern Alps plural noun 1. a mountain range in New Zealand, on South Island: the highest range in Australasia. Highest peak: Mount Cook (also known as Aoraki or Aorangi), 3754 m (12 316 ft)
noun 1. a member of the Southern Baptist Convention, founded in Augusta, Georgia, in 1845, that is strictly Calvinistic and active in religious publishing and education.