1899M. MarquardLett. from Boer Parsonage (1967) 36When the public opinion of England is once against this Afrikanderism, one wonders where it may lead to!
1909R.H. BrandUnion of S. Afr. 9The spirit of Dutch Africanderism on the one hand and of British dominance on the other, has caused the current of national feeling to flow in separate channels.
1924L.H. BrinkmanGlory of Backveld 146You will find, at election time, that there is a great show of flag-wagging on the English side, and a counter-blast of ‘Africanderism’ and ‘taal’ on the Dutch side.
1930L. BarnesCaliban in Afr. 239The conscience of the civilised world as a whole has declared emphatically against Afrikanerism in all its forms.
1934A.J. BarnouwLang. & Race Problems 26This language (sc. Afrikaans) is to the Nationalists the hall mark of their Afrikanerism.
1959Cape Argus 21 Nov. 11Among the words that fall in this category of Afrikanerisms are bobotie, gousblom.
1970W.S. Mackie inStd Encycl. of Sn Afr.I. 188By Afrikanerisms we mean Afrikaans words and idioms that have been taken over into South African English.
1974Daily Dispatch 30 Oct. 1Colloquialisms and Afrikanerisms are playing an ever greater part in South African English — particularly in the language spoken by the country’s English-speaking school-children. It appears that the age of Afrikanerisms is now in full swing in South African English.
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