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Englisch - Türkisch
(isim) güney afrika'da doğan avrupalı
{i} güney afrika'da doğan avrupalı
Türkisch - Türkisch
Güney Afrika Cumhuriyetinde doğmuş veya uzun süredir orada yaşayan ve Afrikans dili konuşan beyaz ırktan kişiler
Güney Afrika Cumhuriyeti'ne yerleşmiş Hollandalı sömürgecilere verilen ad
Englisch - Englisch
A breed of cattle, aka Afrikander
A member of an ethnic group of northwestern European ancestry and associated with southern Africa and the Afrikaans language
belonging or relating to white people of South Africa whose ancestors were Dutch or to their language; "an Afrikaans couple"; "Afrikaner support"
Afrikaner means belonging or relating to the white people in South Africa whose ancestors were Dutch. An Afrikaner is someone who is Afrikaner. a white South African whose first language is Afrikaans and who is usually related to the Dutch people who settled in South Africa in the 1600s Boer (from africanus). formerly Boer Any South African of Dutch or Huguenot descent whose native language is Afrikaans. The Afrikaners were originally called Boers ("farmers"), since many Dutch and Huguenot settlers of the old Cape Colony (founded 1652) became frontier farmers in the Transvaal and the Orange Free State. Staunch Calvinists, they saw themselves as children of God in a pagan wilderness. They established self-sufficient patriarchal communities, developed their own language and subculture, and were committed to a policy of apartheid. They fought a bitter war with the British (the South African War, 1899-1902) over the right to govern the frontier territories. Though defeated, they retained their old language and culture and eventually attained politically the power they had failed to win militarily. They dominated South African politics for most of the 20th century but were obliged to give up national power after the first elections based on universal suffrage in 1994. Today much of the country's economic wealth remains in Afrikaner hands. Afrikaners number about 6.4 million. See also Cape Town; Great Trek; National Party of South Africa
{i} native of South Africa with Dutch ancestry; one who speaks Afrikaans
a white native of Cape Province who is a descendant of Dutch settlers and who speaks Afrikaans
An Afrikaner



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    /ˌafrəˈkänər/ /ˌæfrəˈkɑːnɜr/


    [ "a-fri-'kä-n&r ] (noun.) 1824. Afrikaans, literally, African, from Latin africanus.

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