BANKET , aSouth
See also:term, applied to the beds of auriferous
See also:conglomerate, chiefly occurring in the Witwatersrand gold-
See also:fields (see Goan) . The name was given to these beds from their resemblance to a sweetmeat, known in Dutch as " banket," resembling
See also:almond hard-
See also:bake . The word is the same as " banquet," and is derived ultimately from "
See also:bank " or "
See also:bench," meaning table-feast, hence applied to any delicacy or to various kinds of confectionery, a use now obsolete in
See also:English .
BANKA (BANCA, BANGKA)
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