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An inhabitant of Cape Town or of the Western Cape Province.
- ‘I hate everything about Cape Town, except for my wife who is a born Kaapenaar.’
- ‘I'm a Kaapenaar - born in the little hamlet of Kuilsrivier in the Western Cape.’
Afrikaans, from kaap ‘Cape’ + the personal suffix -enaar.
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