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List structuring and annotation is covered in WP: LISTS, and glossary formatting is covered at Wikipedia: Manual of Style (glossaries).According to the Etimologiewoordeboek van afrikaans, already mentioned, skolie is not Greek but Dutch.Joziboy 2 March 2006, (UTC) You're sure that gesuip is derived from "animal drinking water", it sure looks like Dutch "zuipen", which according to primarily seems to mean "swig", (I know OK basic German, but my Dutch is slightly rudimentary, although it's much easier to read) 惑乱 分からん , 13 March 2006 (UTC) Comments: The derivation is from suip (animal drinking water). "Gatvol": Ass is stuffed; sick & tired of something:"Im getting gatvol of all this traffic...", 4 August 2006 (UTC) Slang glossaries violate the following policy: Due to the many Af Ds which are initiated to enforce this policy and due to the resistance to such deletion by defenders of the glossaries, I have started a discussion at Wikipedia talk: What Wikipedia is not#Slang glossaries to rewrite the policy in order to solve this problem and to readdress this question: should slang glossaries by allowed on Wikipedia? I would like to claim this as our own "durban coloured slang" not indian.Afrikaans has a lot of words that basically mean the same thing for animals and humans. stomach = maag (human), pens (animal) foot = voet (human), poot (animal) mouth = mond (human), bek (animal) drink = drink (human), suip (animal) As with many other derogatory terms, the animal equivalent is taken, hence "gesuip" --Igitur za , 27 February 2007 (UTC) Marked some of the words as 'profanity', occassionally 'upgrading' them from 'rude' to 'profanity' because there is a difference. --List Expert , 4 August 2006 (UTC) ±some of the Indian slang looks like Durban coloured slang,not indian!! If you heard Indians using these terms, well I would hope that they told you where they got it from.(I guess you haven`t been down to "blue lagoon" and/or Phoenix lately.If you would like to participate, please visit the project page, where you can join the discussion and see a list of open tasks.This article falls within the scope of the Wiki Project Glossaries, a collaborative effort to improve the coverage of Glossaries on Wikipedia.The Etimologiewoordeboek van afrikaans (van Wyk, 2003) says nè comes probably from Dutch : nie(t) waar, cites Boniface in 1832 recording "Hy zeg mus daar woord zoopies verkog, neh". To formulate a question in Zulu, you either raise the tone of your voice at the end or add 'na', to make sure the listener knows it's a question -- Okay, well I guess it could be from both then. Going on instinct, I looked it up in OED and it says 'Bantu is a strongly offensive word in South African English, especially when used of individual people' Joziboy 1 March 2006, UTC Its a no win situation."Black" is offensive to many, more so internationally than in SA.
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