from The Century Dictionary.

  • On this (the speaker's) side of the bridge or bridges; specifically, in London, on the north side of the Thames: as, cispontine churches; the cispontine population.

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  • adjective On this side of the bridge (or bridges)


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  • On this or the nearer side of the bridge. Compare to transpontine.

    August 31, 2007