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The actual origins of the word "Dixie" is lost to the speculations of history, but one of the more accepted theories traces it to a ten-dollar currency circulated in New Orleans in the early 19th century. Upon the bills was printed the French term "Dix" (ten). Locals referred to them as "dixies", which gradually came to mean the city at large and, eventually, the entire South.

Later, of course, Daniel Decatur Emmett wrote the famed song "Dixieland."

As an historical entity, it is properly defined as the 11 states that seceded to form the Confederate States of America (SC, MS, FL, AL, GA, LA, TX, VA, AK, TN, and NC). This is the historical and traditional South.

In more modern times, Dixie's location in popular mind-set has evolved somewhat, and is usually associated with states -- or portions of them -- of the Deep South where Confederate and "Old South" pride live most strongly. As well as where the image of "moonlight and magnolias" is very rooted in reality.

Roughly, it would be an area which begins in southern Virginia and extends south into the Florida panhandle. On the northern boundary it sweeps west to take in Tennessee (and perhaps the southern parts of Kentucky),then westward thru most of Arkansas. On the southern end it runs thru the Gulf states until the northern and southern boundary lines connect to include and take in East Texas (generally, that part of the state east of Dallas).

In Dixieland I'll take my stand to live and die in Dixie
por TexasReb 15 de Janeiro de 2007
 
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Dixie is another word for the South. The South is made up of the following states that made up the confederacy:
Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Virginia and Florida. Kentucky is usually considered part of the South as well, even though it didn't secede from the union. Being a native Texan, I can tell you that the South is a great place to live if you're a normal person. I love the South.
Alright y'all show your dixie pride!
por Texan McRebel 29 de Outubro de 2004
 
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a fall....
Carl landed on his dog when he took a dixie over the beer cooler...
por sheila in the car 17 de Maio de 2009
 
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A name for the geography and old way of life in the South, "Dixie" encompasses the following states: Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Virginia, Florida, Kentucky AND Missouri.

The Governor of Missouri seceded his state before Union generals invavded and ran him out of town.
Being a fan of Dixie does not make one racist.
por Descendant of Lee 09 de Fevereiro de 2006
 
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Dixie is another word for the South. The South is made up of the following states that made up the confederacy:
Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Arkansas, Tennessee, Georgia, North and South Carolina, Virginia and Florida AND KENTUCKY.

Kentucky did seceed with the secession ordinace passing November 20, 1861. The state was admitted into the CSA December 10, 1862.
Dixie land holds the bluegrass state, which kicks ass!
por Daniel F 27 de Dezembro de 2005
 
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A girl with all the charm and caliber of someone from the south. Gentile, however given to plenty of spunk. A southern girl many men would like to be with.
"Now there's a Dixie I'd like to be in!"
por Webster-driven 02 de Fevereiro de 2010
 
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The Southern states of the U.S.A. These such as FL, AL, GA, SC, NC etc. or below the Mason-Dixon Line.
These states are named Dixie, after the song called Dixie.
por vv 09 de Março de 2004