naloop, noun

Origin:
AfrikaansShow more Afrikaans, na after + loop run (as of a liquid).
The last ‘feints’ or final weak runnings of a brandy still. Also attributive. Cf. voorloop noun.
1913 C. Pettman Africanderisms 333Naloop,..The weak brandy that flows after distilling.
1970 M. Weitzman Informant, JohannesburgNaloop. Weak distilled brandy. The naloop is not pleasant to drink.
1977 Family Radio & TV 19 Sept. 51Every farmer has his own infallible method of telling when his brew’s reached the right strength and the naloop begins.
1977 Family Radio & TV 53All the stokers swear to its medicinal value. Tannie Serfontein has developed her herbal naloop practice to the point where she can administer a blend for any complaint.
1990 M. Shafto in Weekend Argus 9 June 11He would open a tap and let the naloop run off.
The last ‘feints’ or final weak runnings of a brandy still. Also attributive.

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