Meaning of UITLANDER in English

ˈātˌlandə(r) noun

( -s )

Usage: often capitalized

Etymology: Afrikaans, from Middle Dutch utelander, from utelant foreign territory (from ute out + land, lant land) + -er, from Latin -arius; akin to Old English ūt out & to Old English land — more at out , land , -er

: foreigner , outlander ; especially : a British resident in the former So. African republics of the Transvaal and Orange Free State

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