Definition of South Frigid Zone
1. Noun. The region around the south pole: Antarctica and surrounding waters.
Generic synonyms: Frigid Zone, Polar Region, Polar Zone
Terms within: Antarctic Continent, Antarctica, Antarctic Ocean
Derivative terms: Antarctic
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Literary usage of South Frigid Zone
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1. First Book of Physical Geography by Ralph Stockman Tarr (1899)
"Climates of the Frigid Zones : The South Frigid Zone. — Very little is known about the climates of the south frigid belt, but there seem to be two different ..."
2. First Book of Physical Geography by Ralph Stockman Tarr (1902)
"Climates of the Frigid Zones: The South Frigid Zone. — Very little is known about the climates of the south frigid belt, but there seem to be two different ..."
3. New Physical Geography: For Grammar and High Schools, and Colleges by James Monteith (1895)
"Day in South frigid zone. Night in North frigid zone 42. ... This is the winter of the South Temperate and night of the South Frigid zone. 48. ..."
4. Cornell's Grammar-school Geography: Forming a Part of a Systematic Series of by Sarah S. Cornell (1863)
"While it is summer in the north frigid zone, it is winter in the south frigid zone. DAYS AND NIGHTS IN THE FRIGID ZONES.—The days and nights in the frigid ..."
5. Cornell's Intermediate Geography: Forming Part Second of Systematic Series by Sarah S. Cornell (1878)
"The south frigid zone extends from the Antarctic Circle to the south pole. What circle bounds the north frigid zone? What, the south frigid? ..."
6. Natural Elementary Geography by Jacques Wardlaw Redway (1897)
"There is a north frigid zone around the north pole, and a south frigid zone around the south pole. Between the hot and the cold zones the sun is never quite ..."
7. Essentials of Geography. by Albert Perry Brigham, Charles T. McFarlane (1920)
"All the surface south of the Antarctic Circle is the South Frigid Zone. ... At the same time no sunlight falls in the South Frigid Zone, the sun's rays fall ..."
8. Primary Geography: Introductory to Swinton's "Grammar School Geography" by William Swinton (1881)
"The North Temperate Zone, between the Torrid Zone and the North Frigid Zone, and the South Temperate Zone, between the Torrid Zone and the South Frigid Zone ..."