1824W.J. BurchellTrav.II. 251This dialect..has a greater affinity to that of the Hottentots proper, than of the Bushmen; and though requiring a more frequent use of the different claps of the tongue than the former, yet it does not employ them so often as the latter.
1835A. SmithDiary (1940) II. 187They spoke a language which consisted almost entirely of claps and quite unintelligible to them.
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