How Do You Spell KLOPPERS?

Pronunciation: [klˈɒpəz] (IPA)

The word "kloppers" is spelled with two P's and an E-R-S at the end. It is pronounced /ˈklɒpəz/ in IPA phonetic transcription. The first syllable is stressed, with the 'o' sound, followed by a double 'p' making a short burst of air. The 'er' sound in the second syllable is pronounced with a light emphasis, and the final syllable ends with a soft 's' sound. This word is usually plural, referring to a percussion instrument played by striking two wooden sticks together.

Etymology of KLOPPERS

The word kloppers is derived from Afrikaans, a language spoken mainly in South Africa. In Afrikaans, kloppers is the plural form of klopper, which means beater or striker. The etymology of klopper comes from the Dutch word klopper, which has the same meaning. The Dutch word itself is derived from the verb kloppen, meaning to beat or to strike.