Story: The ≠nuturu
≠Nuturu dances for the children and sings to herself until the people return. She takes off her 'face's horns' and the people see that her face underneath is white and beautiful. The hunters give her the fatty springbok breasts to eat and their own wives get lean meat.
1) p.6785v: |han≠kass'o heard this from his mother (|xabbi-an), 2) p.6789v: see !haken, a food resembling 'Bushman rice', 3) p.6798v: the Dutch term meaning 'beautifully white', 4) pp.6813v-6815v: see Kinds of rain, 6) This story is found in Book VIII-9
4 May 1878 (started)
≠nuturu (is not a proper person) , ≠nuturu (asks when people return) , ≠nuturu (her dancing ring) , ≠nuturu (and children) , ≠nuturu (the actions of) , ≠nuturu (is an enchantress) , ≠nuturu (was a woman) , ≠nuturu (lifts and takes off her 'face') , ≠nuturu (her face) , ≠nuturu (her appearance) , ≠nuturu (deceives) , ≠nuturu (eats fat) , ≠nuturu (is fed scraps) , ≠nuturu (gets given springbok's breasts) , ≠nuturu (dances) , ≠nuturu (hides her horn) , ≠nuturu (hides her true form) , ≠nuturu (men love her and want to marry her) , ≠nuturu (is beautiful) , ≠nuturu (a person of the Early Race) , springbok (its breast is fat) , springbok (parts eaten) , springbok (and the ≠nuturu) , springbok (its heart) , food (given to wives) , food (given to a beautiful woman) , food (and !haken) , food (eaten by ≠nuturu) , food (eating springbok-breast) , food (eating springbok backbone) , food (eating springbok heart) , people (names for different groups of) , names (for different groups of people) , names (for different foodstuffs) , names (and the ≠nuturu) , dance (of the ≠nuturu) , marriage (men love and want to marry the ≠nuturu)