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rope, noun

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EnglishShow more Figurative use of English rope line or cord made of twisted strands; see quotation 1975.
derogatory, offensive, slang
A contemptuous and insulting name for an Afrikaner; occasionally, a coarse person.
1970 B. Kirk-Cohen Informant, PietersburgRopes. Afrikaners.
1982 Informant, GrahamstownRope. Afrikaans-speaking person. Derogatory (thick, twisted, hairy).
A contemptuous and insulting name for an Afrikaner; occasionally, a coarse person.

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