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Tigrinya language
Tigrinya language Tigrinya (ትግርኛ təgrəña) Pronunciation: IPA: Spoken in ... speakers: 6.75 million 1, 2, 3 Language family: Afro-Asiatic Semitic South Semitic Ethiopic North Ethiopic Tigrinya Official status Official language of: Eritrea Regulated by: no official regulation Language codes ISO 639-1: ti ISO 639 ... phonetic symbols in Unicode. Tigrinya (also spelt Tigrigna) is a Semitic language spoken in ...
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Ge'ez language
Ge'ez language Ge'ez ( ) Spoken in: Eritrea and Ethiopia Language extinction: Extinct by the 13th century, remains in use as a liturgical language Language family: Afro-Asiatic Semitic South Semitic Ethiopic ... North Ethiopic Ge'ez Official status Official language of: Liturgical language of the Ethiopian ...
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Talk:Tigrinya language
Talk:Tigrinya language want to know more about the tigrawot ... the end - I've seen it as Tigrigna and Tigrinya, but never "Tigrignan." And if ... 45, 2 August 2005 (UTC) I believe 'Tigrigna' is the most common spelling. And you ... so I've moved the article to Tigrigna language. — mark ✎ 07:54, 2 ...
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Template talk:Language/Archive 2
Template talk:Language/Archive 2 < Template talk:Language Source of Genetic classification It has come ... each covering a separate dialect of the language). Therefore, the parameter string will be a ... ve added {{{pronunciation}}} and {{{iso3}}} to Arabic language as an example (note the ISO 639 ... nothing. However, incorporating mini-templates for each language code in the multiple parameter may ...
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Talk:Semitic languages
Talk:Semitic languages Sources for new language listings: Caplice, Richard: Introduction to Akkadian Ungnad ... paraphrased (ideally by the addition of more language names). Ben Brumfield Thankyou for that Ben ... think "El Amarna" is in fact a language - rather, it is Akkadian as written by ... be like calling Indian English a separate language... I've deleted it; if someone has ... g. Salvini, Speiser, etc.) that the original language of the Hebrews was Hurrian, and ...
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Semitic languages
... in Asia. The most widely spoken Semitic language today is Arabic (206 million speakers), followed ... sparse. Akkadian had become the dominant literary language of the Fertile Crescent, using the cuneiform ... first undisputed attestations of a West Semitic language (although earlier testimonies are possibly preserved in ... Northwest Semitic. Phoenician colonies spread their Canaanite language throughout much of the Mediterranean, while its ... Hebrew remained in use as a liturgical language), and developing a substantial literature. Meanwhile, ...
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User:Garzo/lala
... ay َو aw aw Using the language template The language template is for use in articles about ... common standard for displaying data about a language. How to incorporate the template into an ... absolute basic syntax is as shown below: {{language ← this calls the template |name=name of language ← the name of the language ...
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Languages of Ethiopia
... English is the most widely spoken foreign language and is taught in all secondary schools. Amharic was the language of primary school instruction, but has been ... Oromifa and Tigrinya. Ethiopian Semitic languages North Tigrigna language Tigre language Ge'ez language (extinct, liturgical) South ...
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Ethiopia
... Addis Ababa Largest city Addis Ababa Official language(s) Amharic Government PresidentPrime Minister Federal republic ... its people speak a Semitic or Cushitic language. The Oromo, Amhara, and Tigrayans make up ... indigenous languages. Some of these are: Afar language Amharic language Anfillo language Berta language Bussa language Ge'ez ...
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Semitic
... and history, as a linguistic term the language family is well-defined to include ancient ... Amharic, Arabic, Aramaic, Akkadian, Hebrew, Maltese, Syriac, Tigrigna, etc. Origin The term Semite was proposed ... Those closest to them in culture and language were generally deemed to be descended from ... of whose languages are closely related; the language family containing them was therefore named Semitic ... the Canaanites and Amorites also spoke a language belonging to this family, and are ...
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