A.interjectionOften in the phrase donder and bliksem [Afrikaans donder en bliksem literally ‘thunder and lightning’]:an expression of frustration or anger, equivalent to ‘confound it’, ‘blast’.See also blikseminterjection.
1863Lady Duff-Gordon inF. GaltonVacation Tourists (1864) III. 182The hardest blows are those given with the tongue...‘Verdomde Schmeerlap!’ — ‘Donder and Bliksem! am I a verdomde Schmeerlap?’
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