Various modes of cursing in use among the Bushmen. By /han≠kass’o (L.VIII.-31. 8741-8743). The people say 'Graveman!', 'Departed One!' and 'Be killed!' when cursing another man, wishing the other party to die.
1) p.8740v: (16 August 1879) |han≠kass'o observed this himself; words and sentences; what people say when they wish for another to die, 2) p.8741v: some 'Har River Bushmen' (such as Jacob Nein, spelt 'Lein' here), 3) p.8742v: on cursing and wishing another dead, 4) This story is found in Book VIII-31
16 August 1879
cursing (that another may die) , cursing (by people) , cursing (what people say to each other when) , cursing (and wishing another dead) , cursing ('Graveman!') , cursing ('Oh, mayest thou be hatched!') , cursing ('A fight shall come upon thee') , cursing ('Departed One!') , cursing (Be killed!') , cursing (modes of) , cursing (resembles things which hatch) , death (and cursing) , death (wishing 'a fight' upon another) , hatch ('This cursing, it resembles things which hatch')