Definition of south wind in English:

south wind


  • 1A wind blowing from the south.

  • 2Mah-jong. Usually with capital initials. Any one of the four tiles representing this wind. Also: the player who draws such a tile at the outset of a game, or who succeeds to this designation at a later stage.


Old English; earliest use found in Corpus Glossary. From the uninflected (originally adverb) stem of south + wind.


south wind

/ˌsaʊθ ˈwɪnd/