Namaqualander, noun

Origin:
English, Afrikaans, Show more Namaqualand (from Namaqua + English or Afrikaans land) + English or Afrikaans suffix -er, expressing the sense ‘a resident in’, ‘a native of’.
An inhabitant of Namaqualand, a large, sparsely-populated district of the Northern Cape.
1961 L.E. Van Onselen Trekboer 93Maritz suggested that the very least the Government could have done, was to compensate Namaqualanders for their losses.
1988 M. Urson in Personality 6 June 62Jopie Kotze, a big greying Namaqualander..was raised on the farm Mesklip outside Springbok.
An inhabitant of Namaqualand, a large, sparsely-populated district of the Northern Cape.

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