bokdrol, noun

Plurals:
bokdrols, bokdrolle /ˈbɔkˌdrɔlə/.
Origin:
AfrikaansShow more Afrikaans, bok goat + drol dropping.
slang
1. figurative. A chocolate-coated peanut.
1970 A.H. Newey Informant, StutterheimBok drols. A vulgar usage, synonym for chocolate-coated peanuts (goat droppings).
1972 Beeton & Dorner in Eng. Usage in Sn Afr. Vol.3 No.2, 39Bokdrol,..Coll. name applied to a peanut dragee by schoolchildren.
2. Goat droppings; any droppings which resemble these. See also drol.
1972 Beeton & Dorner in Eng. Usage in Sn Afr. Vol.3 No.2, 39Bokdrol,..Pellet of the dung of buck.
1983 B. Johnson-Barker in Wynboer Aug. 72In the little cave..nothing happened except that perhaps another layer or two was added to the bokdrolle on the floor.
1986 Informant, DurbanThat pony-tail looks like a bokdrol on the top of your head.
A chocolate-coated peanut.
Goat droppings; any droppings which resemble these.
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