Gargling forbidden by the Bushman mothers, for fear of evil consequences. In the Katkop dialect, by Díä!kwãin (L V.-20. 5569 rev. and 5570 rev.). Children are not allowed to 'play' at gargling, although they may wash their throats if necessary.
1) This story is found in Book V-20
gargling (the consequences of) , gargling (customs relating to) , gargling (and avoidance behaviour) , gargling (prohibitions relating to) , gargling (children must not play at) , gargling (and a father's blood) , gargling (can kill the father) , gargling (forbidden by |xam mothers) , death (a child's gargling can kill the father) , children (must not play at gargling)