South Bay may refer to:
In the United States:
- South Bay (San Francisco Bay Area), subregion of the San Francisco Bay Area
- South Bay, Los Angeles, region of Los Angeles County
- South Bay, former name of Fields Landing, California
- South Bay, San Diego, region of San Diego County
- South Bay, Florida, city in Florida
- South Bay (Boston), filled-in former bay in Boston, Massachusetts
- South Bay, Boston, planned development in Boston, Massachusetts
- South Bay (Texas), bay in the Laguna Madre in Texas separated from the Gulf of Mexico by Brazos Island
- Great South Bay on Long Island, New York
In the People's Republic of China:
- South Bay, Hong Kong
- Nam Wan on Tsing Yi Island, Hong Kong ("Nam Wan" literally means South Bay)
- Tai Nam Wan on Tsing Yi Island, Hong Kong ("Tai Nam Wan" literally means Great South Bay)
- Nam Van on the Macau Peninsula, an artificial lake ("Nam Van" literally means South Bay)
- South Bay (Nunavut)
- South Bay (Doumer Island)
- South Bay (Livingston Island)
Other articles related to "south bay, south, bay":
... South Bay is a small hamlet on the south east corner of Oneida Lake in New York State ...
... South Bay (62°40′S 60°28′W / 62.667°S 60.467°W / -62.667 -60.467Coordinates 62°40′S 60°28′W / 62.667°S 60.467°W / -62.667 -60.467) is a 11.6 kilometres (7.2 mi) wide ... The bay is lying northwest of False Bay and east of Walker Bay, and is entered between Hannah Point and Miers Bluff ... South Bay was known to both American and British sealers as early as 1820, and the name has been well established in international usage for over 100 years ...
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Famous quotes containing the words bay and/or south:
“The very dogs that sullenly bay the moon from farm-yards in these nights excite more heroism in our breasts than all the civil exhortations or war sermons of the age.”
—Henry David Thoreau (18171862)
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—Willis Goldbeck (19001979)