Verb. Southed, Southing, Souths
When a northerner moves to anywhere south of the Mason-Dixon Line and has kids who learn to speak with a northern, primarily New York accent but, has a tendency to accidentally speak with a slow southern drawl and add a southern twang to the end of all sentences.
Did you hear how he southed up that sentence?
That SOB is southing up that perfectly beautiful fuggedaboudit!
The way she souths up that sentence is enough to make a confederate soldier proud.