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fees, noun

Plurals:
feeste /ˈfɪəstə/.
Origin:
Afrikaans
A celebration or festival, especially one taking place in the Afrikaans community and commemorating a particular (cultural) event. Also attributive.
1971 S. Western Herald 16 July 2It is..disgusting that people..on just about every public holiday or fees-day..should see nothing wrong with littering their allegedly-beloved country with the evidence of their pestilential presence.
1991 A. Van Wyk Birth of New Afrikaner 78In 1971, when the newly completed laager of bronze wagons was dedicated at the site of the Battle of Blood River, I took Stompie to the fees (memorial gathering) there.
A celebration or festival, especially one taking place in the Afrikaans community and commemorating a particular (cultural) event. Also attributive.

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