1966C.A. SmithCommon Names 155Bokhorinkie, Name applied to a few species, not from the shape of their fruits, but from the nature of their leaves...The leaves are spirally turned in their upper half in a manner suggestive of the horns of certain wild buck or the boergoat.
1975W. SteenkampLand of Thirst King 130There are two kinds of stapelia the old people used to eat, and others known to me only by their colloquial names: the ‘bokhorinkies’ (goat’s horns), the seedpods of a certain creeper, which are eaten while still green.
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