Amharic (the dominant and official language of Ethiopia; a Semitic language much influenced by the Cushitic language with which Amhara have been in close contact).

language, Semitic language, tongue, Afro-Asiatic language, written language using an abugida, spoken language, living language, shared group behaviour, concept with variable precision

English Language Wikipedia Page
ISO 2-letter code, Iso Code
ISO 3-letter code, ISO 639-3 Code, ISO 639-2b Code
Language family
Afro-Asiatic language , Semitic language
Ge'ez alphabet
Predominant Language of, Official Language of
Recorded As Spoken In
Spoken Form of
written Amharic
Spoken Language of
Beta Israel , Oromo , Amhara people , Tigray-Tigrinya people , Gurage ,  …
Spoken in
Ethiopia , Beyond Borders , Motherland , Go, Live, and Become , The Athlete ,  …
Wordnet Synset ID

tk10publ tk10canl

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