nadors, noun

Origin:
AfrikaansShow more Afrikaans, na after + dors thirst.
The extreme thirst experienced after drinking too much alcohol. See also babalaas noun sense a.
1970 S.E. Natham Informant, Cape TownJudging by my nadors this morning, I must have had a lot more to drink than I realized last night.
1972 Cape Times 14 Dec. 11This is the time of the year, alas, when people are prone to wake up feeling tired and listless with a headache, maybe even a little sick, and of course, with a great nadors.
1989 D. Bristow in Weekly Mail 21 Apr. 29The farmhouse was built in a dry river bed that hasn’t see flowing water since great-grandpa got drunk one night, stepped outside, and in the morning was found — drowned. They say he drank the river dry to relieve his nadors.
The extreme thirst experienced after drinking too much alcohol.

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