One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
The southern part or side of something; the south; specifically the southern part of a region or city.
Of, belonging, or relating to the southern part of a place, country, or region.
Middle English; earliest use found in The Chronicle of Robert of Gloucester. From south and side. Compare Old Frisian sūthasīde, sūthsīde, Middle Dutch suutside, zuutzide (Dutch zuidzijde), Middle Low German sǖtsīde.
south side/ˌsaʊθ ˈsʌɪd/
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