Bra a way of addressing a friend, as in 'Howzit my bra'. Due to code-switching, the English pronunciation (in its original meaning) is also regularly used by Afrikaners, though it is separated from the Afrikaans pronunciation's meaning. From the Afrikaans expression "nou nou". Based on the biblical figure Lot's wife, who turned into a pillar of salt after disobeying God 's command by looking back at the Destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah. "tortoises don't have feathers, and apples aren't pears". " Cape turn refers to a folk song (of the same name) that describes a flightpath around the Cape Peninsula literally as the Pied crow flies (known as a Witborskraai in Afrikaans can now be applied to actual tours around the peninsula. Can be a derogatory term for being overweight, similar to "dikgat as well as the Satiety -state (also known as the absence of hunger after a meal, or the sensation of being "full dikbek grumpy, in a huff (literally: "thick mouth" (pout with an image. Its closest English counterpart would be "it's like talking to a brick wall". Machangura money Gay slang also called 'gayle' edit Entrance to "Beaulah Bar Cape Town.
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"swimsuit." Derived from the British term " swimming costume ". (Also see "smaak".) lekker (lit. (Die man is te flou "The man is too weak. Based on a rhyme of the same name, which satirically describes why a donkey should be considered "wonderful". "How was the party? Fanakalo in Zulu literally means "same as this" (fana same, ka as, lo this). Due to the large variety of home recipes for the sausage, a local commission was set up to ensure the meat was labelled correctly by butchers as "Boerewors in order to preserve the original base-recipe.
It is a children's rhyme that discusses a mistruth. Derived from the phrase: Kyk Noord en Fok voort. Press "sex as in: "I want to press my young one tonight" (KZN) shot "good" or "correct" or "thanks" (depending on context). (I wish he gets a cramp!).