Slang meaning of Ho Baas

Ho Baas means: Words uttered when a gun is pointed at Blacks in old South Africa. "Baas" being Afrikaans for boss.

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Ho Baas means: Words uttered when a gun is pointed at Blacks in old South Africa. "Baas" being Afrikaans for boss.

Slang definition of Ho Baas

Ho Baas means: Words uttered when a gun is pointed at Blacks in old South Africa. "Baas" being Afrikaans for boss.

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Articulate (a.): Distinctly uttered; spoken so as to be intelligible; characterized by division into words and syllables; as, articulate speech, sounds, words.

Thorntail (n.): A beautiful South American humming bird (Gouldia Popelairii), having the six outer tail feathers long, slender, and pointed. The head is ornamented with a long, pointed crest.

South (a.): Lying toward the south; situated at the south, or in a southern direction from the point of observation or reckoning; proceeding toward the south, or coming from the south; blowing from the south; southern; as, the south pole.

Hyrax (n.): Any animal of the genus Hyrax, of which about four species are known. They constitute the order Hyracoidea. The best known species are the daman (H. Syriacus) of Palestine, and the klipdas (H. capensis) of South Africa. Other species are H. arboreus and H. Sylvestris, the former from Southern, and the latter from Western, Africa. See Daman.

Inghalla (n.): The reedbuck of South Africa.

Inarticulate (a.): Not uttered with articulation or intelligible distinctness, as speech or words.

Impalla (n.): The pallah deer of South Africa.

Drift (n.): In South Africa, a ford in a river.

Gastromancy (n.): A kind of divination, by means of words seemingly uttered from the stomach.

Mealies (n. pl.): Maize or Indian corn; -- the common name in South Africa.

Boer (n.): A colonist or farmer in South Africa of Dutch descent.

Baas (pl. ): of Baa

Spekboom (n.): The purslane tree of South Africa, -- said to be the favorite food of elephants.

Borele (n.): The smaller two-horned rhinoceros of South Africa (Atelodus bicornis).

Boss (n.): Any protuberant part; a round, swelling part or body; a knoblike process; as, a boss of wood.

Karreo (n.): One of the dry table-lands of South Africa, which often rise terracelike to considerable elevations.

Asse (n.): A small foxlike animal (Vulpes cama) of South Africa, valued for its fur.

Assegai (n.): A spear used by tribes in South Africa as a missile and for stabbing, a kind of light javelin.

Dauw (n.): The striped quagga, or Burchell's zebra, of South Africa (Asinus Burchellii); -- called also peechi, or peetsi.

Bontebok (n.): The pied antelope of South Africa (Alcelaphus pygarga). Its face and rump are white. Called also nunni.

Cineraria (n.): A Linnaean genus of free-flowering composite plants, mostly from South Africa. Several species are cultivated for ornament.

Chick-pea (n.): A Small leguminous plant (Cicer arietinum) of Asia, Africa, and the south of Europe; the chich; the dwarf pea; the gram.

Peripatus (n.): A genus of lowly organized arthropods, found in South Africa, Australia, and tropical America. It constitutes the order Malacopoda.

Proteles (n.): A South Africa genus of Carnivora, allied to the hyenas, but smaller and having weaker jaws and teeth. It includes the aard-wolf.

Voice (n.): Sound uttered by the mouth, especially that uttered by human beings in speech or song; sound thus uttered considered as possessing some special quality or character; as, the human voice; a pleasant voice; a low voice.

Voiced (a.): Uttered with voice; pronounced with vibrations of the vocal cords; sonant; -- said of a sound uttered with the glottis narrowed.

Mesembryanthemum (n.): A genus of herbaceous or suffruticose plants, chiefly natives of South Africa. The leaves are opposite, thick, and f/eshy. The flowers usually open about midday, whence the name.

Theriodontia (n. pl.): An extinct order of reptiles found in the Permian and Triassic formations in South Africa. In some respects they resembled carnivorous mammals. Called also Theromorpha.

Hottentot (n.): One of a degraded and savage race of South Africa, with yellowish brown complexion, high cheek bones, and wooly hair growing in tufts.

Aard-wolf (n.): A carnivorous quadruped (Proteles Lalandii), of South Africa, resembling the fox and hyena. See Proteles.

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Meaning of Ho Baas

Ho Baas means: Words uttered when a gun is pointed at Blacks in old South Africa. "Baas" being Afrikaans for boss.

Meaning of sarth effrikan

sarth effrikan means: A list of words supposedly an 'introduction' to the language dialect used in South Africa: (ed: in no particular order!): Braai A braai is the first thing you will be invited to when you visit South Africa. It is a backyard all-weather barbecue. So you will have to go even if it's raining like mad and you have a hang of a cold. At a braai you will be introduced to a substance known as "mieliepap". Ag This one of the most useful South African words. Pronounced like the "ach" in "achtung", it can be used to start a reply when you are asked a tricky question, as in: "Ag, I don't know." Or a sense of resignation: "Ag, I'll have some more mieliepap then." It can stand alone too as a signal of irritation or of pleasure. Donner A rude word, from the Afrikaans "donder" (thunder). Pronounced "dorner", it means "beat up." Your rugby team can get donnered in a game, or your boss can donner you if you do a lousy job. Eina It means "ouch". Pronounced "aynah", you can shout it out in sympathy when someone burns his finger on a hot mielie at a braai. Hey Often used at the end of a sentence to emphasise the importance of what has just been said, as in "Jislaaik boet, you're only going to stop a lekker klap if you can't find your takkies now, hey?" It can also stand alone as a question. Instead of saying "excuse me?" or "pardon?" when you have not heard something directed at you, you can say: "Hey?" Isit? This is a great word in conversations. Afrikaner etymologists labored for several years in sterile conditions to devise a way of attaching the word 'is' to the word 'it' and enable South Africans to make intelligent conversation around the braai. Example: "The Russians will succeed in developing capitalism once they adopt a work ethic and respect for private ownership." "Isit?" Jawelnofine This is another conversation fallback word. Derived from the four words: "yes", "well", "no" and "fine", it means roughly "how about that." If your bank manager tells you your account is overdrawn, you can say with confidence: "Jawelnofine." Jislaaik Pronounced" Yis-like", it is an expression of astonishment. For instance,if someone tells you there are a billion people in China, a suitable comment is: "Jislaaik, that's a hang of a lot of people, hey?" Klap Pronounced "klup" - an Afrikaans word meaning smack, whack or spank. If you spend too much time at the bioscope at exam time, you could end up catching a sharp klap from your pa. In America, that is called child abuse. In South Africa, it is called promoting education. Lekker An Afrikaans word meaning nice, this word is used by all language groups to express approval. Gentlemen who spy someone of the opposite sex who is good-looking, may remark: "Lekk-errrrrrr!" Tackies These are sneakers or running shoes. Also used to describe automobile or truck tires. "Fat tackies" are big tires, as in: "Where did you get those lekker fat tackies on your Volksie, hey?" Dop This word has two basic meanings, one good and one bad. First the good. A dop is a drink, a cocktail, a sundowner, a noggin. If you are invited over for a dop, be careful. It could be one or two sedate drinks or a blast, depending on the company you have fallen in with. Now the bad: To dop is to fail. If you dopped Standard Two (Grade 4) more than once, you probably won't be reading this. Sarmie A sandwich. For generations, schoolchildren have traded sarmies during lunch breaks. If you are sending kids off to school in the morning, don't give them liver-polony sarmies. They are the toughest to trade. Bakkie This word is pronounced "bucky" and it is a small truck or pick-up. Young men can take their "cherrie" (girlfriend) to the drive-in bioscope in a bakkie but it is not always an appropriate form of transport because the seats don't recline and you may be forced to watch the film. Howzit A universal South African greeting, often used with the word "No" as in this exchange: "No, howzit?" "No, fine." "Isit?" Mrs Balls'. Chutney We don't know if the lady ever existed, but if she did she has earned a place of honour in South African kitchen history. South Africans eat it with everything, including fried egg.

Meaning of AFRICA SPEAKS

AFRICA SPEAKS means: Africa speaks is Australian and New Zealand slang for strong liquor imported from South Africa.

Meaning of poes

poes means: Female genitalia and sexual area, cunt. For example "He's just a doos. You poesface", i.e. "He's just a cunt, cunt face". Both doos and poes mean "cunt" in afrikaans. These are often used though Afrikaans words for the penis are almost never used by anglophones, strangely enough. The word, and others like it (borrowed) are pronouced not as in english but in an anglophonised version of the afrikaans word.

Meaning of Koeksister (cook-sister)

Koeksister (cook-sister) means: Confectionary similar to Indian gulab jamun made of plaited, risen dough deep-fried and dipped into ice-cold sugar syrup. Brought to South Africa by Malay workers, the name derives from the Afrikaans koek (cake) and sissen (to sizzle), after the sound the hot dough makes upon meeting the cold syrup.

Meaning of Jambo

Jambo means: Refers to Blacks from Africa who are considered by other Blacks as unsophisticated. Comes from 'Jambo Kenya' in the Kenya National Anthem

Meaning of Jolly Dollars

Jolly Dollars means: These words were uttered by Long John Silver. He is refering to the treasure buried on Skeleton Island. So Jolly dollars are nothing more than pirate treasure. There doesn't seem to be any actual account of the words being used by pirates. See Jolly Roger.

Meaning of dagga

dagga means: Marijuana from South Africa

Meaning of Nig-nog

Nig-nog means: Used in England. Probably from the Dutch "niknok" (nigger) by way of South Africa.

Meaning of tickey/ticky/tickie/tiki/tikki/tikkie

tickey/ticky/tickie/tiki/tikki/tikkie means: ticky or tickey was an old pre-decimal British silver threepenny piece (3d, equating loosely to 1¼p). The tickey slang was in use in 1950s UK (in Birmingham for example, thanks M Bramich), although the slang is more popular in South Africa, from which the British usage seems derived. In South Africa the various spellings refer to a SA threepenny piece, and now the equivalent SA post-decimalisation 2½ cents coin. South African tickey and variations - also meaning 'small' - are first recorded in the 19th century from uncertain roots (according to Partridge and Cassells) - take your pick: African distorted interpretation of 'ticket' or 'threepenny'; from Romany tikeno and tikno (meaning small); from Dutch stukje (meaning a little bit); from Hindustani taka (a stamped silver coin); and/or from early Portuguese 'pataca' and French 'patac' (meaning what?.. Partridge doesn't say).

Meaning of BRICS

BRICS means: Brazil, Russia, India, China, South Africa

Meaning of Kaffir

Kaffir means: In apartheit South Africa, it meant much the same as 'nigger' does in the United States.

Meaning of Blow

Blow means: Originated from blacks originally living in Africa and using blow guns.

Meaning of AFRIKS

AFRIKS means: Afriks is South African slang for Afrikaans language lessons.

Meaning of Ma Se Poes

Ma Se Poes means: Comes from the general curse used by Afrikaans-speaking South Africans (mainly coloureds in Cape Town), "Jou ma se poes", which means "Your mother's cunt". Not that common anymore

Meaning of dodgy yox

dodgy yox means: Cross-eyed. Apparantly derived from something said by the contributors father when he saw a boy called Mark Didd (formally Collen) whose eye pointed away from his gaze. Also called him Boss-eyed or Bock-eyed for a while.

Meaning of Splib

Splib means: Most likely origin comes from the 1960's as an acronym for: South Philadelphia Lower-Income Blacks.

Meaning of Pile

Pile means: A pointed stake or post; spec. one of a number of heavy wooden or metal posts or beams, pointed or sharpened at the lower end and driven vertically into a riverbed, the sea, or marshy ground to support the foundations of a superstructure such as a house, a bridge, a pier, etc.

Meaning of Zakumi

Zakumi means: - the official World Cup mascot Designed by Andries Odendaal, Zakumi is an anthropomorphised leopard with green dreadlocks. His name comes from "ZA", the code for South Africa, and "kumi", which means 10 in various African languages.

Meaning of Vuvuzela (voo-voo-zeh-la)

Vuvuzela (voo-voo-zeh-la) means: A long, plastic horn blown loudly at every football match in South Africa and thought to have been modelled on an antelope horn. No self-respecting football fan should be without one.

Meaning of Articulate

Articulate means: Distinctly uttered; spoken so as to be intelligible; characterized by division into words and syllables; as, articulate speech, sounds, words.

Meaning of Thorntail

Thorntail means: A beautiful South American humming bird (Gouldia Popelairii), having the six outer tail feathers long, slender, and pointed. The head is ornamented with a long, pointed crest.

Meaning of South

South means: Lying toward the south; situated at the south, or in a southern direction from the point of observation or reckoning; proceeding toward the south, or coming from the south; blowing from the south; southern; as, the south pole.

Meaning of Hyrax

Hyrax means: Any animal of the genus Hyrax, of which about four species are known. They constitute the order Hyracoidea. The best known species are the daman (H. Syriacus) of Palestine, and the klipdas (H. capensis) of South Africa. Other species are H. arboreus and H. Sylvestris, the former from Southern, and the latter from Western, Africa. See Daman.

Meaning of Inghalla

Inghalla means: The reedbuck of South Africa.

Meaning of Inarticulate

Inarticulate means: Not uttered with articulation or intelligible distinctness, as speech or words.

Meaning of Impalla

Impalla means: The pallah deer of South Africa.

Meaning of Drift

Drift means: In South Africa, a ford in a river.

Meaning of Gastromancy

Gastromancy means: A kind of divination, by means of words seemingly uttered from the stomach.

Meaning of Mealies

Mealies means: Maize or Indian corn; -- the common name in South Africa.

Meaning of Boer

Boer means: A colonist or farmer in South Africa of Dutch descent.

Meaning of Baas

Baas means: of Baa

Meaning of Spekboom

Spekboom means: The purslane tree of South Africa, -- said to be the favorite food of elephants.

Meaning of Borele

Borele means: The smaller two-horned rhinoceros of South Africa (Atelodus bicornis).

Meaning of Boss

Boss means: Any protuberant part; a round, swelling part or body; a knoblike process; as, a boss of wood.

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Beaten

Beaten means: Become common or trite; as, a beaten phrase.

Meaning of Clinch

Clinch means: To set closely together; to close tightly; as, to clinch the teeth or the first.

Meaning of Disbandment

Disbandment means: The act of disbanding.

Meaning of Gale

Gale means: The payment of a rent or annuity.

Meaning of Redisseizin

Redisseizin means: A disseizin by one who once before was adjudged to have dassezed the same person of the same lands, etc.; also, a writ which lay in such a case.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of AMPSTER

AMPSTER means: Ampster is Australian slang for a showman's or trickster's accomplice who starts buying the tickets, goods etc.

Meaning of Bonk

Bonk means: Pipe for smoking cannabis

Meaning of Cor

Cor means: You'll often hear a Brit say "cor"! It is another one of those expressions of surprise that we seem to have so many of. It will sometimes be lengthened to "cor blimey" or "cor love a duck", depending on where you are. "Cor blimey" is a variation of "Gawd Blimey" or "Gor Blimey". They are all a corruption of the oath "God Blind Me".

Meaning of Talking Jive

Talking Jive means: making no sense when speaking

Meaning of drop

drop means: To knock down. Don't move or I'll drop you in your tracks.

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