Origin of Afrikander
Examples from the Web for africander
The reason is that the Africander is not a soldier, who can take kindly to camp or barrack life.Through Shot and Flame|J. D. Kestell.
The Africander Bond—a political organization at the Cape—was the scape-goat during the war.In the Shadow of Death|P. H. Kritzinger and R. D. McDonald
"De Aar," and the Africander guard flung himself out of his brake-van.On the Heels of De Wet|The Intelligence Officer
In fact the British and the Africander Bond theories are diametrically opposed.
Let them take that away, and within a year the confederation under the free Africander flag will be established.
Word Origin for Afrikander
1822, "South African native of Dutch descent," from Dutch Afrikaner "African," with intrusive -d- on analogy of Hollander, Englander, etc. (Afrikaner is attested from 1824).