[kuh-frair-ee-uh] /kəˈfrɛər i ə/
a region in the S Republic of South Africa: inhabited mostly by the Xhosa.
a former region of S central South Africa: inhabited chiefly by people then known as the Kaffirs; British Kaffraria was a crown colony established in 1853 in the southwest of the region and annexed to Cape Colony in 1865
[kuh-frair-ee-uh] /kəˈfrɛər i ə/ noun 1. a region in the S Republic of South Africa: inhabited mostly by the Xhosa. /kæˈfrɛərɪən/ adjective 1. of or relating to Kaffraria, a former region of S central South Africa, or its inhabitants noun 2. a native or inhabitant of Kaffraria /kæˈfrɛərɪə/ noun 1. a former region of S […]
[kaf-er, key-fer, kah-] /ˈkæf ər, ˈkeɪ fər, ˈkɑ-/ noun, plural Kafirs (especially collectively) Kafir. 1. Also called Nuristani. a member of an Indo-European people of Nuristan. 2. (lowercase) Islam. an infidel or unbeliever. 3. (def 1). 4. (lowercase). Also, kaffir. Also called kafir corn. a grain sorghum, Sorghum bicolor caffrorum, having stout, short-jointed, leafy stalks, […]
[kaf-uh-ree, kuh-feer-ee] /ˈkæf ə ri, kəˈfɪər i/ noun 1. an Indo-Iranian language, or small group of languages, of Nuristan, closely related to but not a part of the Indic subbranch.
[kah-fi-ri-stahn, kaf-er-uh-stan] /ˌkɑ fɪ rɪˈstɑn, ˌkæf ər əˈstæn/ noun 1. former name of . /ˌkæfɪrɪˈstɑːn/ noun 1. the former name of Nuristan