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Language. This is a photo of the alphabet in Ethiopia. Amharic (similar to Hebrew and Arabic) and English are the official languages. Oromifaa and Tigrinya are spoken in some regions.

This is a photo of the alphabet in Ethiopia. Amharic (similar to Hebrew and Arabic) and English are the official languages. Oromifaa and Tigrinya are spoken in some regions.

የበደሉንን በደላችንንም [y'bude'lunin bude'lachininem Amharic] betten bettlen Bitte! #YearofMercy ይቀደስ is as *yegedes* does: as stone-mason King Gebre Mesqel's work of mercy demonstrates humility as inverse of the pride of Tower of Babel: https://churchpop.com/2016/01/05/ethiopia-churches-carved-rock/ not 'building; but rock-cutting a church dedicated to St George in Lalibela, Ethiopia ➌➊⚆ of ➌➏➏⚇

የበደሉንን በደላችንንም [y'bude'lunin bude'lachininem Amharic] betten bettlen Bitte! #YearofMercy ይቀደስ is as *yegedes* does: as stone-mason King Gebre Mesqel's work of mercy demonstrates humility as inverse of the pride of Tower of Babel: https://churchpop.com/2016/01/05/ethiopia-churches-carved-rock/ not 'building; but rock-cutting a church dedicated to St George in Lalibela, Ethiopia ➌➊⚆ of ➌➏➏⚇

Imagine Peace, Amharic type, by Yoko Ono official, via Flickr (Amharic is a language from Ethiopia)

In Amharic, this means "Imagine Peace". Amharic is the national language in Ethiopia.

77 Traditional Ethiopian Baby Names With Meanings

77 Traditional Ethiopian Baby Names With Meanings

Ethiopia is a land of ancient culture, and so are Ethiopian baby names. Here's a treasure trove of unique and traditional names with meanings.

Psalm 86:11 in Amharic and English  Ethiopian Adoption Gifts

Psalm in Amharic and English Ethiopian Adoption Gifts

238 Fidel.   Eritrean and Ethiopian Fidel (Alphabet)  and The Ge'ez Fidel of the Ethiopian & Eritrean Orthodox Tewahdo Church.

Eritrean and Ethiopian Fidel (Alphabet) and The Ge'ez Fidel of the Ethiopian & Eritrean Orthodox Tewahdo Church.

Ge'ez also transliterated Gi'iz, and less precisely called Ethiopic is an ancient South Semitic language that originated in the northern region of Ethiopia and southern Eritrea in the Horn of Africa. It later became the official language of the Kingdom of Aksum and Ethiopian imperial court.

The Geez language is the liturgical language of the Ethiopian Church. More importantly, it's an ancient South Semitic language that was the official language of the Ethiopian imperial court.

Iberian, a non-Indo-European language which has so far resisted decipherment, and Lusitanian, an Indo-European language possibly related to the Celtic languages. A modified version of the Northern Iberian script was used to write Celtiberian, a Celtic language. The Southwest Script was used in southwestern Iberia to write an unknown language which is usually identified as Tartessian. (...)

Iberian, a non-Indo-European language which has so far resisted decipherment…

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Different Ethiopian crosses (Meskel) from different regions .do you know how long I have been looking for this kind of image thanks for for posting this

Inspirational Magnetic Tile Quotes: Family House Riles

Magnetic Tiles Sayings: Family House Rules

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