noun, plural Kaf·irs, (especially collectively) Kaf·ir.
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Origin of Kafir
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Example sentences from the Web for Kafir
And this Nanzicele—is he that big tall Kafir who was nearest us, on the outside of the line, during the cattle-shooting?John Ames, Native Commissioner|Bertram Mitford
Each one will be driven by a Kafir, who most likely will be walking alongside his team.With Rifle and Bayonet|F.S. Brereton
He had also often sent him over good things from the farm, by Mutla, his favorite Kafir.Our Little Boer Cousin|Luna May Innes
In one of the huts we found a Kafir lying sick, and too weak to rise.With Steyn and De Wet|Philip Pienaar
All savages are beggars, more or less; but the Kafir does not beg, he demands.Jasper Lyle|Harriet Ward