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- n. In South African English, a wizard, witch, or a spiteful person who operates in secret to harm others or who uses poisons and familiar spirits to carry out harmful deeds.
But they had not allowed for the expansion caused by the fizz in the wine, and, feeling themselves swelling, rolled about in the bottom of the boat, calling out that the good liquor was "tagati" -- that is, bewitched.
As for this iron shirt, surely it is "tagati" [bewitched]; nothing could pierce it.
Kui nimekiri moodustub alusel "inimene ise ütleb, et tal on õigus olla selles nimekirjas", aga kontrollregistrit ei ole, siis me ei saa teada, kas kõigile inimestele tagati võrdne juurdepääs valimisele või mitte.
Seeing that he remained untouched amidst this hail of lead, they cried out that he was 'tagati,' or magic-guarded, but the indunas ordered them to continue their fire.
"Yes, because as I said, you are _tagati_, but there are others ----"
She must really have been _tagati_ (uncanny), that little Noie, for otherwise, although it is true she was pretty, why should Dingaan who has all
_tagati_, an enchantress, not like other women, white or black.
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