Kaffir may refer to:
Kafir, an Islamicterm usually translated as " unbeliever" similar to the Christianword " pagan" or Hebrewword "koffer". In arabic it means "ingrate" and refers to someone ungrateful towards Allah.
Kafiristan, the historic name for the Nuristan Province in Afghanistan (also a South African province)
Nuristani peopledescendants of the Hindukush Kafir people
Nuristani languagesonce called Kafiiri or Kafiristani
Nguni languages, called the Kaffa languages in the 19th century.
Fanagalo, a Zulubased pidginlanguage once referred to as "Kitchen Kaffir".
Kaffrariaor British Kaffraria, a former designation for King William's Town and East London, South Africa.
* Kaffir boom, a species of tree in the
* A term used historically to refer to any of several southern African peoples, but now only used as
* South African ethnic slur for a black person. Thought to be borrowed from the language of the
Cape Malay, who are an Islamic people.
Sri Lanka Kaffir people, an ethnic group
Sri Lanka Kaffir language, a creole spoken by that people
Kaffir lime, a variety of limenative to Indonesiaalso known as a "makrut" lime.
Kaffir lily, one of two flowers found in southern Africa:* Clivia miniata:* Hesperantha coccinea
Sunbeam Kaffir, an engine from the Sunbeam Car Company
Kefiror Kephir, a fermented milk drink from the Caucasus region
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