South-pole meaning

The south-seeking magnetic pole of a straight magnet.
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The place where the southern rotational axis intersects the surface of a planet, moon, etc.
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The zenith of such a place; esp., the zenith (south celestial pole) of this place on earth.
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That end of a straight magnet that points to the south when the magnet hangs free.
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The place on earth where its southern rotational axis intersects its surface.
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The southern end of the Earth's axis of rotation, located at 90° south latitude at a point in Antarctica.
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The negative pole of a magnetic dipole that seeks geographic south.
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Alternative form of South Pole.
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(geography) The southernmost point on Earth; that point in Antarctica where Earth's axis of rotation passes through Earth's surface.
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(geography) Earth's magnetic south pole.
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(geography) Earth's geomagnetic south pole.
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Attributive form of south pole, noun.

South-pole Martians.

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