Norwegian English Dictionary

Norsk - English

sør in English:

1. south south


We're going south.
Rwandan rebels are pushing their offensive south as fighting continues in the capital Kigali.
The lines of this field run between magnetic north and magnetic south at the two poles.
In South Korea, the most powerful member of a family, usually the oldest living male, has the power to send members of his family to a psychiatric hospital as he sees fit.
A diametrically opposed kinship pattern is to be observed among certain South Sea Island communities.
At Papa South, you can eat delicious homestyle food.
Juan was Costa Rican, whilst Pierre and Jack came from Réunion and South Africa respectively.
In the spring, when the days grew longer and the sun warmer, she waited for the first robin to return from the south.
The south wind blew so violently that he was thrown into the sea
Most people who eat with a fork live in Europe, North America, and South America; people who eat with chop sticks live in Africa, the Near East, Indonesia, and India.
In the north, there's Scotland; in the south, England; in the west, Wales; and further west, Northern Ireland.
You don't need to bring up "A Winter Sonata" to show that South Korean culture is having an unexpected boom in Japan.
Nearly all siheyuans had their main buildings and gates facing south for better lighting, so a majority of hutongs run from east to west.
Farther from the palace and to its north and south were the commoners, merchants, artisans, and laborers.

English word "sør"(south) occurs in sets:

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