Dingaan


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Dingaan

(ˈdɪŋɡɑːn)
n
(Biography) died 1840, Zulu chief (1828–40), who fought the Boer colonists in Natal
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I killed him with Dingaan and Umhlangana the princes; but the wound was mine that his life crept out of, and but for me he would never have been slain.
I and Umslopogaas slew Dingaan for the sake of Nada, who was my daughter.
At the foot of that cleft lie the bones of Dingaan, the king who died for Nada.
The actor, who plays Falling Skies' Dingaan Botha, said he has learnt a lot from the way Spielberg works on the show, which ends its five-season run this week.
When the main character Dingz reminisces about the new holiday name for Dingaan's Day in post-apartheid South Africa, there is significantly paradoxical conflict when Dworkin cautions Dingz against calling King Dingaan "the troublesome kaffir king" (214).
Despite the fact that the Zulu were well organized under their able king Dingaan, Shaka's successor, their invading enemies massacred them.
40 is Peter Grayson's Dingaan, who only just failed from stall ten at the track last time.
At this early stage, the arrival of the Dutch at the Cape has just been recounted with poetic flourish and the scene changes to Paul Kruger who is consumed by anguish and despair after the death of Piet Retief and his men at the hands of the Zulu king Dingaan.
2) Dingane also spelled Dingaan, the Zulu king of Natal since 1828 was beaten by the Boers at the Battle of Blood River (16 Dec.
December 16 was formerly celebrated as the Day of Vow also called Dingaan Day or the Day of the Covenant before the end of the apartheid in 1994, this day was a religious holiday to celebrate the Boers defeat of the Zulus in 1838 at the Battle of Blood River.
He had plenty to do at the weights with the Hughesridden Dingaan.
Hughes had bagged winners aboard Queen Of Cash and Dingaan at Kempton to close to a single winner behind Hanagan, who has earlier scored at Lingfield aboard Ritual at Lingfield.