1926S.G. MillinS. Africans 198Today self-governing half-caste tribes like the Bondelswarts and the Reheboths still exist in South-West Africa.
1930C.G. SeligmanRaces of Afr. (1939) 34The old Hottentot population of the Cape has become largely absorbed by racial admixture with incoming Europeans and East Indian slaves, and has thus constituted the basis of the present..‘Rehoboth’ half-breeds.
A member of a people (of mixed ethnic descent) originally resident in the Cape colony but subsequently inhabiting the Rehoboth Gebiet in Namibia (see Gebiet); often attributive, now usually in the noun phrase Rehoboth Bastersee Baster; Bastard2; Basternoun2.
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