Slang meaning of KAALVOET

KAALVOET means: Kaalvoet is South African slang for barefoot.

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KAALVOET means: Kaalvoet is South African slang for barefoot.

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KAALVOET means: Kaalvoet is South African slang for barefoot.

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Slangy (a.): Of or pertaining to slang; of the nature of slang; disposed to use slang.

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.

Slang (v. t.): To address with slang or ribaldry; to insult with vulgar language.

Slang-whanger (n.): One who uses abusive slang; a ranting partisan.

Tampan (n.): A venomous South African tick.

Harder (n.): A South African mullet, salted for food.

Sneezewood (n.): The wood of a South African tree. See Neishout.

Meerkat (n.): A South African carnivore (Cynictis penicillata), allied to the ichneumons.

Zonure (n.): Any one of several of South African lizards of the genus Zonura, common in rocky situations.

Ixia (n.): A South African bulbous plant of the Iris family, remarkable for the brilliancy of its flowers.

Gemsbok (n.): A South African antelope (Oryx Capensis), having long, sharp, nearly straight horns.

Duykerbok (n.): A small South African antelope (Cephalous mergens); -- called also impoon, and deloo.

Blesbok (n.): A South African antelope (Alcelaphus albifrons), having a large white spot on the forehead.

Heath (n.): Also, any species of the genus Erica, of which several are European, and many more are South African, some of great beauty. See Illust. of Heather.

Natal plum (): The drupaceous fruit of two South African shrubs of the genus Arduina (A. bispinosa and A. grandiflora).

Steinbock (n.): A small South African antelope (Nanotragus tragulus) which frequents dry, rocky districts; -- called also steenbok.

Grenadier (n.): A bright-colored South African grosbeak (Pyromelana orix), having the back red and the lower parts black.

Stinkwood (n.): A name given to several kinds of wood with an unpleasant smell, as that of the Foetidia Mauritiana of the Mauritius, and that of the South African Ocotea bullata.

Wagenboom (n.): A south African proteaceous tree (Protea grandiflora); also, its tough wood, used for making wagon wheels.

Slang (n.): Low, vulgar, unauthorized language; a popular but unauthorized word, phrase, or mode of expression; also, the jargon of some particular calling or class in society; low popular cant; as, the slang of the theater, of college, of sailors, etc.

Barefoot (a. & adv.): With the feet bare; without shoes or stockings.

Gnu (n.): One of two species of large South African antelopes of the genus Catoblephas, having a mane and bushy tail, and curved horns in both sexes.

Neishout (n.): The mahogany-like wood of the South African tree Pteroxylon utile, the sawdust of which causes violent sneezing (whence the name). Also called sneezewood.

Grysbok (n.): A small South African antelope (Neotragus melanotis). It is speckled with gray and chestnut, above; the under parts are reddish fawn.

Boomslange (n.): A large South African tree snake (Bucephalus Capensis). Although considered venomous by natives, it has no poison fangs.

Hartbeest (n.): A large South African antelope (Alcelaphus caama), formerly much more abundant than it is now. The face and legs are marked with black, the rump with white.

Palmite (n.): A South African plant (Prionium Palmita) of the Rush family, having long serrated leaves. The stems have been used for making brushes.

Vernonin (n.): A glucoside extracted from the root of a South African plant of the genus Vernonia, as a deliquescent powder, and used as a mild heart tonic.

Wart hog (): Either one of two species of large, savage African wild hogs of the genus Phacoch/rus. These animals have a pair of large, rough, fleshy tubercles behind the tusks and second pair behind the eyes. The tusks are large and strong, and both pairs curve upward. The body is scantily covered with bristles, but there is long dorsal mane. The South African species (Phacoch/rus Aethiopicus) is the best known. Called also vlacke vark. The second species (P. Aeliani) is native of the coasts of the Red Sea.

Klipspringer (n.): A small, graceful South African antelope (Nanotragus oreotragus), which, like the chamois, springs from one crag to another with great agility; -- called also kainsi.

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Words, slangs, sentences and phrases similar to Kaalvoet is South African slang for barefoot.

Meaning of KAALVOET

KAALVOET means: Kaalvoet is South African slang for barefoot.

Meaning of BEFOK

BEFOK means: Befok is South African slang for an unhappy, crazy or exhausted person.Befok is South African slang for a ruined spoiled, broken or dysfunctional object.

Meaning of ROOINEK

ROOINEK means: Rooinek is South African slang for a British or English speaking South African.

Meaning of STUKKIE

STUKKIE means: Stukkie is South African slang for a woman viewed as a sex object. Stukkie is South African slang for a girlfriend.

Meaning of OUMAN

OUMAN means: Ouman is South African slang for a veteran.Ouman is South African slang for an experienced soldier.

Meaning of AF

AF means: Af is South African slang for a black African.

Meaning of ZOLA BUDD

ZOLA BUDD means: Zola Budd is South African slang for a taxi.Zola Budd is South African slang for a slow armoured police vehicle.

Meaning of AFRICAN TIME

AFRICAN TIME means: African time is South African slang for unpunctuality.

Meaning of STOMPIE

STOMPIE means: Stompie is South African slang for a partially smoked cigarette put out for relighting later. Stompie isSouth African slang for a worthless remnant.

Meaning of OU

OU means: Ou is South African slang for a man.

Meaning of GEE VET!

GEE VET! means: Gee vet! is South African slang for hurry up!

Meaning of ZAK

ZAK means: Zak is South African slang for money.

Meaning of AVO

AVO means: Avo is South African slang for avocado pear.

Meaning of AAP

AAP means: Aap is South african slang for a cannabis cigarette.

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 AI−AI

AI−AI means: Ai−ai is South African slang for methylated spirits or surgical spirit drunk by alcoholics.

Meaning of AGTEROS

AGTEROS means: Agteros is South African slang for a dawdler, a plodder, a slow walker.

Meaning of BAKKIE

BAKKIE means: Bakkie is South African slang for a pick−up or light truck.

Meaning of ASH COOKIE

ASH COOKIE means: Ash cookie is South African slang for an untrustworthy, no good person.

Meaning of AFRIKS

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

Meaning of Slangy

Slangy means: Of or pertaining to slang; of the nature of slang; disposed to use slang.

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 Slang

Slang means: To address with slang or ribaldry; to insult with vulgar language.

Meaning of Slang-whanger

Slang-whanger means: One who uses abusive slang; a ranting partisan.

Meaning of Tampan

Tampan means: A venomous South African tick.

Meaning of Harder

Harder means: A South African mullet, salted for food.

Meaning of Sneezewood

Sneezewood means: The wood of a South African tree. See Neishout.

Meaning of Meerkat

Meerkat means: A South African carnivore (Cynictis penicillata), allied to the ichneumons.

Meaning of Zonure

Zonure means: Any one of several of South African lizards of the genus Zonura, common in rocky situations.

Meaning of Ixia

Ixia means: A South African bulbous plant of the Iris family, remarkable for the brilliancy of its flowers.

Meaning of Gemsbok

Gemsbok means: A South African antelope (Oryx Capensis), having long, sharp, nearly straight horns.

Meaning of Duykerbok

Duykerbok means: A small South African antelope (Cephalous mergens); -- called also impoon, and deloo.

Meaning of Blesbok

Blesbok means: A South African antelope (Alcelaphus albifrons), having a large white spot on the forehead.

Meaning of Heath

Heath means: Also, any species of the genus Erica, of which several are European, and many more are South African, some of great beauty. See Illust. of Heather.

Meaning of Natal plum

Natal plum means: The drupaceous fruit of two South African shrubs of the genus Arduina (A. bispinosa and A. grandiflora).

Dictionary words and meanings

Meaning of Contignation

Contignation means: The act or process of framing together, or uniting, as beams in a fabric.

Meaning of Glissade

Glissade means: A sliding, as down a snow slope in the Alps.

Meaning of Mourning

Mourning means: Employed to express sorrow or grief; worn or used as appropriate to the condition of one bereaved or sorrowing; as, mourning garments; a mourning ring; a mourning pin, and the like.

Meaning of Snooded

Snooded means: Wearing or having a snood.

Meaning of Without

Without means: On or at the outside of; out of; not within; as, without doors.

Slang words and meanings

Meaning of EMLUP

EMLUP means: Emlup is British slang for a plum.

Meaning of SHOE

SHOE means: Shoe is American slang for excellent, admirable, fashionable.

Meaning of rock out

rock out means: To be excellent, outstanding. About midnight the party was really rocking out.

Meaning of groat

groat means: an old silver four-penny coin from around 1300 and in use in similar form until c.1662, although Brewer states in his late 1800s revised edition of his 1870 dictionary of slang that 'the modern groat was introduced in 1835, and withdrawn in 1887', which is somewhat confusing. Presumably there were different versions and issues of the groat coin, which seems to have been present in the coinage from the 14th to the 19th centuries. Very occasionally older people, students of English or History, etc., refer to loose change of a small amount of coin money as groats. Sadly the word is almost obsolete now, although the groat coin is kept alive in Maundy Money. The word derives from Middle English and Middle Dutch 'groot' meaning 'great' since this coin was a big one, compared to a penny. The similar German and Austrian coin was the 'Groschen', equivalent to 10 'Pfennigs'. The word can actually be traced back to Roman times, when a 'Denarius Grossus' was a 'thick penny' (equivalent).

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