How to use Griqua in a sentence
Mr. Hamilton was therefore again left alone with simply a Griqua assistant and a few Hottentots.Robert Moffat | David J. Deane
The cattle had been secured by Griqua Adam, the gates were closed, the sentinels posted, and the outworks were nearly completed.Jasper Lyle | Harriet Ward
Formerly, the country was roamed over by Griqua Kaffirs, numbering but a few thousands.The World and Its People: Book VII | Anna B. Badlam
He had not only insulted Baldwin, but had also driven away the Griqua traders; but this may all end in nothing.
The town is named after the Griqua chief Adam Kok, who founded it in 1869.
British Dictionary definitions for Griqua
plural -qua, -quas, -kwa or -kwas a member of a people of mixed European and Khoikhoi ancestry, living chiefly in Griqualand
the language or dialect of Khoikhoi spoken by this people, belonging to the Khoisan family
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