1970J.R. BennettInformant, KrugersdorpLas me a Rand (lend).
1970K.M. BrandInformant, East LondonMake me a las of five rand! (loan).
1970B.C. MaritzInformant, Port ElizabethGooi me a las so I will have enough money for ice skating.
1977Family Radio & TV 23 Jan. 19They were thirsty. Old Chris looked around meaningfully and said: ‘Well, gentlemen, between us we should be able to make a las for a dop,’ meaning we should have enough money to buy a drink.
1979F. DikeFirst S. African 30Rooi: Yeerrrr Solly, you’ve cleaned us out. Max: Well Solly my laitie, make ’n laas daar. Solly: O.K. gents, let’s go and have a drink.
1987Scope 6 Nov. 33Let’s waai to Joubert Park and sit for a while. I’m sure we’ll make a las from one of the chinas.
1991G. De BeerInformant, Port Nolloth (N. Cape)He made me a las (gave me a loan).
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