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Synonyms for Amharic

the dominant and official language of Ethiopia

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Amharic does not have a widely accepted descriptive word or phrase to describe stroke as a cerebrovascular event, which adds the challenge to effectively educate the Habesha community about the disease and the importance of seeking immediate medical care.
Psychiatric nurses read the items to the participants in Amharic, noted and scored the responses and determined the dichotomous decision regarding the detection of depression, ruling out conditions, which mimic depressive symptoms.
The radio station transmits news, entertainment, informative and advertisement programs for the community by addressing social, economic and political issues 48 hours per week in Afan Oromo and Amharic languages consisting of approximately 5.5 to 6 million people.
Some of the popular languages include Pushto Amharic [the official language of Ethiopia], Sinhalese, Telugu and Punjabi.
Summary: A satellite channel offering international programming dubbed into Amharic is revolutionising Ethiopian television.
Selam, the word for "peace" in the Ethiopian Amharic language, lived to only about 2.5 years old, but its fossil's advanced age is part of what makes the finding so dramatic.
In his 1924 Accer Yd'aldm Tarik Bamareha (Short History of the World in Amharic), Gabra Krestos reads global history through a hierarchy of progress that differentiates between 'civilized' and 'uncivilized' people.
Wherever you go it seems there is a TV screen nearby on which South American or Korean soap stars in the throes of the latest diabolic crisis are proclaiming in impassioned Amharic. Even for non-Amharic speakers, it's hard not to be drawn in.
(for example, Chinese at the bus stop, Amharic at the church)
Workers can now lay complaints in Arabic, English, Urdu, Hindi, Bahasa Indonesian, Tagalog, Amharic, Malay and Bengali.
SOUNDBITE (Amharic) Adamu Akjira, Asylum Seeker from Ethiopia:
The languages were chosen for different reasons: Cairene Arabic, because it is the best described of the Neo-Arabic varieties; Turoyo, because it is most abundantly documented; and Amharic because it is the modern Semitic language in which the StP constructions expanded the farthest.
The anger of the Falasha (exiles in Ethiopia's Amharic language) against "police racism" has exploded yesterday in Jerusalem when several hundred Ethiopian Jews, gathered in French Square, clashed with riot police agents.