Definition of Southron in US English:

Southron

(also southron, sudron)

adjective

English Regional, Scottish, Northern
  • 1Chiefly Scottish. Belonging to or dwelling in the south of Britain; southern; especially. English as distinguished from Scottish.

  • 2Belonging to or dwelling in the south of a region, especially the Southern states of the United States.

  • 3Chiefly Scottish. Relating to or characteristic of England; English.

  • 4Relating to or characteristic of the Southern states of the United States.

noun

English Regional, Scottish, Northern
  • 1Chiefly Scottish. A native of England; an Englishman.

  • 2Chiefly Scottish. Treated as plural, and frequently with the. English people regarded collectively. Now rare.

  • 3US= "southerner".

  • 4Generally. A native or inhabitant of the southern part of a country or region.

Origin

Late 15th century; earliest use found in Hary (c1440–c1492), poet. Originally a variant of southern, distinguished in form in the senses below, probably with influence from Saxon or Briton.

Pronunciation

Southron

/ˈsʌðrən/