Gurage


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Gu·ra·ge

 (go͞o-rä′gĕ)
n.
1. (used with a pl. verb) A group of tribes in southern Ethiopia.
2. Any of the Semitic languages of the Gurage.
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Strengthening of road from Area Office main Gate to Area Auto Gurage under, Lodna Area 6.
Effectiveness of the PHE approach for achieving family planning and fertility outcomes in Ethiopia: a comparative study in the Gurage zone.
In West Gurage (Outer Southern Ethiopian Semitic) -nn occurs before object suffixes in past tense verbs.
The shortlisted players are Abdul Haq, Abdul Rahman, Abdul Shakoor, Ahmad Raza, Amjad Ali, Amjad Javed, Arfan Haider, Arshad Ali, Asad Allah Sharif, Fayyaz Ahmad, Haroon Ifthakar, Khurram Khan, Manjula Gurage, Mohasan Hassan Khan, Mohammad Tauqir, Naveed Saleem, Rohan Mustafa, Saqib Ali, Shadeep Silva, Shaimon Anwar, Shoaib Sarwar, Swapnil Patil, Vikrant Shetty and Zahid Shah.
Nilotic peoples live in the west and southwest along the Sudan border, principally the Gurage that accounts for 2% of Ethiopia's population while the remaining 1% is made up of other groups.
Oromo 40%, Amhara 25%, Tigre 7%, Somali 6%, Sidama 9%, Gurage 2%, Wolaita 4%, Afar 4%, other nationalities 3%.
Of the 14 or so distinct speech varieties of the Gurage cluster in the highlands to the south and southwest of Addis Ababa, explains Ahland (linguistics, U.
Antimicrobial treatments were distributed every 6 months to 24 randomly selected villages in the Gurage zone in Ethiopia.
Mahmoud Ahmad is an Ethiopian singer of Gurage ancestry.
In the new study, researchers targeted 16 villages in the impoverished Gurage region of Ethiopia where trachoma is rife.
No action has been taken against those responsible for the 2002 beating of evangelical believers in Gurage zone.
In his extensive review of Leslau's Etymological Dictionary of Gurage, Gideon Goldenberg (1987: 93) gave some attention to Au' s pronominal forms, attributing their language to "an earlier form of what is now East Gurage," (2) while in Baruch Podolsky's pioneering study of the historical phonology of Amharic (1991), AH is twice referred to in connection with the pertinent phonological phenomena.