One of the mysteries of the English language finally explained.
In singular and plural Lands lying in or towards the south.
Of, from, or belonging to the southern part of a country or region or lands laying to the south.
Old English; earliest use found in Old English Hexateuch: General. From the uninflected (originally adverb) stem of south + land. Compare Middle High German sūdenlant (German Südland), Old Icelandic suðrland.
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