b.In full Capeytaal/-tɑːl/ [Afrikaans taal language]:the argot spoken by some ‘coloured’ people, consisting of a mixture of languages, especially Afrikaans, English, and Xhosa; gammat-taal (often derogatory and offensive), see gammat sense 2.
1979C. Van der Merwe inFrontline Dec. 17Flytaal..embraces Capeytaal and a large chunk of fanakalo.
1981V.A. FebruaryMind your Colour 95Kaaps..is not what some Englishman in South Africa refers to as ‘Capey’,..not what some Afrikaans-speaking persons refer to as Gamat-taal.
1974A.P. BrinkLooking on Darkness 226‘You know mos the old story, hey, Capey?’..And it was with conscious irony that he called me ‘Capey’, for he was as much a Capetonian as myself, and much darker too.
1979Capetonian July 4Having just read why Capeys are different from Transvalers, I guffawed so loudly it was heard by everybody in this building.
1981C. Barnard inDaily Dispatch 16 Nov. 8In the good old days of the Cape, which most middle-aged Capies can remember clearly, the local fishermen would travel around town on a cart announcing themselves with a blast on a long tube of dried seaweed.
1989S. Hobbs inStyle Dec. 6You Caapies seem to think yours is the only town with some sort of scenic beauty.
[1994‘T. Cobbleigh’ inSunday Times 2 Jan. 19Johannesburg!..the city so scorned by Kaapies and Banana-boys.]
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