1822W.J. BurchellTrav.I. 345The name by which they themselves call their nation, is Kora, or Koraqua. The adjunct qua, signifying man or men in most of the Hottentot dialects, is, in some cases, as in this, used or omitted indifferently. The word Koraqua means a man wearing shoes, as distinguished from sandals.
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