- From Dutch dorp. (Wiktionary)
- Afrikaans, from Middle Dutch; see treb- in Indo-European roots. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Zij vanavond terug in dorp vertel dat jullie aanval heb, zij straf krijg.”
“Ik vanavond terug in dorp ben, priesters mij executeer, mij hoofd op staak zet, mij lichaam in zee gooi en mij naam uit geschriften schrap.”
“Als jullie mij lichaam van tempeltrap gooi, Gibbu, Blav, Mivve en Wallop, zij in dorp zeg jullie gevaarlijke moordenaars ben.”
“One wonders whether in fact you have ever ventured beyond the boundaries of your little 'dorp'.”
“On Easter Monday all the village people betake themselves to the principal street of the 'dorp' to watch the”
“Zij vandaag tempel bewaak, zij morgen jaag op hinde of dorp bewaak.”
“Just wanted to dorp a note to say this was a very interesting Mind Meld, and Mind Meld is a very interesting feature.”
“This tiny dorp (village – Afrikaans is the first language in this part of the country) of a couple of hundred fisherman and their families is called Hondeklip Bay.”
“When that credit is withdrawn the prices of hard assets begin to dorp.”
“Oar dorp him oarf at a pharm in teh mibbul ov teh nyte?”
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