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haat, noun

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Afrikaans, South African EnglishShow more Afrikaans, ‘hatred’; in South African English, probably derived from boerehaat (see boerehaat).
Hatred; rancour between South African groups, particularly between English- and Afrikaans-speakers. Often attributive. See also boerehaat, Engelsehaat (Engels noun sense 2 b).
1972 Sunday Times 11 June (Mag. Sect.) 9He felt both races were South Africans and it is sad to hear the ‘haat’ policy revived today.
1973 Sunday Times 4 Feb. (Mag. Sect.) 3There would be no brain-washing of youth, no expedient cooking-up of haat campaigns.
Hatred; rancour between South African groups, particularly between English- and Afrikaans-speakers. Often attributive.

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