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uit·land·er

 (oit′lăn′dər, īt′-)
n. South African
1. An outlander; a foreigner.
2. Uitlander A native of Great Britain who resided in either of the former republics of the Orange Free State and Transvaal.

[Afrikaans, from Middle Dutch utelander, from utelant, foreign land : ute, out; see ud- in Indo-European roots + land, land; see lendh- in Indo-European roots.]
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uitlander

(ˈeɪtˌlandə; -ˌlæn-; ˈɔɪt-)
n
(sometimes capital) South African a foreigner; alien
[C19: Afrikaans: outlander]
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uit•land•er

(ˈaɪtˌlæn dər, -ˌlɑn-, ˈɔɪt-)

n.
(often cap.) a foreigner, esp. a British settler in the former Boer republics.
[1890–95; < Afrikaans < Dutch]
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This took place before the War, when in 1896 Rhodes' friend Leander Starr Jameson led an illegal invasion of the sovereign South African Republic supposedly in order to support an 'Uitlander' (resident alien) rebellion timed to erupt simultaneously.
Most of it was blamed on the fact that I was a non-Afrikaans speaking uitlander, rather than it possibly having anything to do with the fact that I was doing the job I was paid to do.
Kruger het sekere toegewings gemaak ten opsigte van die verblyftydperk wat moet verloop voordat 'n "uitlander" stemreg kan verkry (onder andere 'n vermindering van vyf jaar op die aanvanklike tydperk).
The negotiations were ostensibly about the franchise of the Uitlander community, a diverse but largely British population of workers in the SAR, but the war quickly came to represent the fight between Afrikaner political independence and jingoistic British imperial control.
Grimbeek, Die wederydse beoordeling van Boer en Uitlander, 1886-1899, MA, RAU, 1969.
In covert conjunction with the British government, Leander Starr Jameson, the administrator general for Matabeleland, brought an armed force across the Transvaal border in the last days of 1895 with the aim of inciting an Uitlander uprising that would topple the Boer regime and secure the region for British interests.
Ook skoonma Ma-Koekie wil nie dat Beryl die van "Snyders" gebruik nie omdat sy daarteen gekant is dat Sexy "van elke Uitlander [...] 'n Burger van Eersterust [wil] maak" (bladsy 10).
Thus, the government at the Cape was unsuccessful in securing what it deemed fair economic and political rights for the uitlander (non-Boer prospectors) population in the Transvaal.
In a further jibe at justice in New South Wales, Griffith told how a Transvaal policeman, who was English, had been brought to justice by Boer law after shooting a Uitlander who was a political agitator.
This extract is from a letter written from Johannesburg in the ZAR, the centre of capitalist and 'uitlander' (outsider) desire for control of the Rand gold fields, during the run-up to the outbreak of war in October 1899.
Though I was an uitlander and Mafikeng was still very Afrikaans, the lady who ran the museum could not have been friendlier or more helpful.
Sekondere elemente van die magiese realisme realiseer in die uitbeelding van Mario Salviati: naas 'n verset teen burokrasie en die afbreek van taboes (deur die Mariabeeld wat "verbode" is in die Calvinistiese Karoo), is die eks-sentristiese perspektief van Salviati as uitlander (net soos Gird en Irene) en as gemarginaliseerde Katoliek en as stomme nooit-gehoorde.