(noun) - low-lying wet land that is frequently flooded with saltwater
(noun) - the hilly, central area of South Carolina that was a prehistoric beachfront and is marked by deposits of sand and sedimentary rock
(noun) - a nickname for South Carolinians, primarily from the sandy eastern part of the state. Its meaning and origins are contested.
(noun) - a nickname for southern whites who supported Reconstruction following the Civil War
(noun) - a person from Scotland living in Ireland; especially Scottish Protestants sent by the English crown to settle in Catholic Northern Ireland. Many immigrated to the United States in the 18th and 19th centuries.
(noun) - a chain of tidal and barrier islands on the Southeastern Atlantic Ocean coast. There are over 100 islands in South Carolina, Georgia, and Florida.
(verb) - to split from or to withdraw from membership of a political union, an alliance or an organization