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Af·ri·ka·ner

 (ăf′rĭ-kä′nər)
n.
An Afrikaans-speaking South African of European and especially Dutch ancestry.

[Afrikaans, from Dutch, from Afrikaan, an African, from Latin Āfricānus, from Āfrica, Africa, from Āfer, Āfr-, an African.]

Afrikaner

(afriˈkaːnə; ˌæfrɪˈkɑːnə)
n
(Peoples) a White native of the Republic of South Africa whose mother tongue is Afrikaans. See also Boer

Af•ri•ka•ner

(ˌæf rɪˈkɑ nər, -ˈkæn ər)

n.
a white South African whose native language is Afrikaans.
[1815–1825; < Afrikaans]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Afrikaner - a white native of Cape Province who is a descendant of Dutch settlers and who speaks AfrikaansAfrikaner - a white native of Cape Province who is a descendant of Dutch settlers and who speaks Afrikaans
South African - a native or inhabitant of South Africa
Adj.1.Afrikaner - belonging or relating to white people of South Africa whose ancestors were Dutch or to their languageAfrikaner - belonging or relating to white people of South Africa whose ancestors were Dutch or to their language; "an Afrikaans couple"; "Afrikaner support"
Translations
Afrikánec
boer
valkoinen eteläafrikkalainen
holandski naseljenik u Južnoj Africi
アフリカーナー
아프리카너
afrikand
ชาวแอฟริกาเชื้อสายยุโรป

Afrikaner

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Afrikaner

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Afrikaner

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Afrikaner

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Afrikaner

شَخْصٌ مِنْ جَنُوبِ أَفْرِيقيا مِنْ أَصْلٍ أُورُبِيٍّ وخَاصّةً مِنْ الـمُسْتَوْطِنيـنِ الهُولَنْدِييـن Afrikánec boer Afrikaander Αφρικάνερ afrikaner, afrikáner valkoinen eteläafrikkalainen Afrikaner holandski naseljenik u Južnoj Africi afrikaner アフリカーナー 아프리카너 Zuid-Afrikaan afrikander Afrykaner africânder, africâner африкандер afrikand ชาวแอฟริกาเชื้อสายยุโรป Hollanda asıllı Güney Afrikalı người Nam Phi gốc Âu (đặc biệt là Hà Lan) 欧洲血统的南非人
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Many rural Afrikaners became the implacable enemies of the British Empire.
Afrikaners will no longer be oppressed in a region where they are the outright majority and where Afrikaner nation originated centuries before the formation of South Africa.
South Africa's first non-racial and democratic government of African National Congress chose the day as public holiday because of its significance to both Afrikaners and Africans.
Patients with a family history of breast and/or ovarian cancer, women <50 years of age with breast cancer, males with breast cancer and families with cancer from high-risk ethnic groups such as Afrikaners and Ashkenazi Jews should be referred for genetic counselling.
In light of the relatively recent Anglo-Boer War, many Afrikaners balked at the request, but the prime minister was committed politically to unifying Boer and Brit and came down heavily in favor of taking up arms against Germany.
Translated from Afrikaans, this post-Apartheid novel carries the reader through four generations of Afrikaners and the value of memory.
a South African defense and aerospace scientist whose Afrikaner roots trace back to the earliest European settlers in Southern Africa of the 1600s, the book is about much more than just Afrikaners.
Een van die verreikendste gevolge van apartheid was, dat dit oenskynlik 'n eenheidsgevoel aan Afrikaners gegee het.
For a long period of time, Verwoerd was part of governmental organisations that tackled the problem of poor white Afrikaners, who played second fiddle to the English population, then the dominant force in the economic landscape of South Africa.
Mandela had bent over backwards to reassure whites - both Afrikaners and English speakers - that he bore no grudge.
More than 50,000 South Africans -- Afrikaners almost to a man, with hardly a black face in sight -- were there to see their country play mine.
Afrikaners who made their mark in the business world, education, broadcasting and culture, were recently honoured in Pretoria by the FAK, the federation of Afrikaans culture societies.