Definition of cispontine in English:

cispontine

adjective

Archaic
  • On the north side of the Thames bridges in London (originally the better-known side).

    • ‘Cross a bridge over the Thames and you were in the more respectable cispontine sector of London.’

Origin

Mid 19th century: from cis- + Latin pons, pont- bridge.

Pronunciation:

cispontine

/sɪsˈpɒntʌɪn/