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So·ma·li

 (sō-mä′lē)
n. pl. Somali or So·ma·lis
1. A native or inhabitant of Somalia.
2. A member of a traditionally Muslim people of Somalia and adjacent parts of Ethiopia, Kenya, Eritrea, and Djibouti.
3. The Cushitic language of the Somali and an official language of Somalia.

So·ma′li adj.

Somali

(səʊˈmɑːlɪ)
npl -lis or -li
1. (Peoples) a member of a tall dark-skinned people inhabiting Somalia
2. (Languages) the language of this people, belonging to the Cushitic subfamily of the Afro-Asiatic family of languages
adj
3. (Placename) of, relating to, or characteristic of Somalia, the Somalis, or their language
4. (Peoples) of, relating to, or characteristic of Somalia, the Somalis, or their language
5. (Languages) of, relating to, or characteristic of Somalia, the Somalis, or their language

So•ma•li

(soʊˈmɑ li, sə-)

n., pl. -lis, (esp. collectively) -li.
1. a member of a traditionally pastoral people of Somalia, Djibouti, E Ethiopia, and NW Kenya.
2. the Cushitic language of the Somali.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Somali - a member of a tall dark (mostly Muslim) people inhabiting SomaliaSomali - a member of a tall dark (mostly Muslim) people inhabiting Somalia
Somalia - a republic in extreme eastern Africa on the Somali peninsula; subject to tribal warfare
African - a native or inhabitant of Africa
2.Somali - the Cushitic language spoken by the Somali
Cushitic - a group of languages spoken in Ethiopia and Somalia and northwestern Kenya and adjacent regions
Adj.1.Somali - of or relating to the African republic of Somalia or its people or their language and culture; "Somali coffee is excellent"
Translations
Somálecsomálskýsomálština
somalisomaliersomalisk
somalialainensomalin kieli
Somalijacsomalijski
ソマリアのソマリア人ソマリア語
소말리아의소말리어소말리족
somaliersomalisksomaliska
เกี่ยวกับประเทศโซมาเลียชาวโซมาเลียภาษาโซมาเลีย
người Somalithuộc nước/người/tiếng Somalitiếng Somali

Somali

[səʊˈmɑːlɪ]
A. ADJsomalí
B. Nsomalí mf

Somali

[səʊˈmɑːli]
adjsomali(e), somalien(ne)
n
(= person) → Somali(e) m/f, Somalien(ne) m/f
(= language) → somali m

Somali

adjsomali; person, culture, institutionsomalisch; he is Somalier ist Somalier
n
Somali mf, → Somalier(in) m(f)
(Ling) → Somali nt

Somali

[səʊˈmɑːlɪ] adj & nsomalo/a

Somali

اللغة الصومالية, صُومَالِيّ Somálec, somálský, somálština somali, somalier, somalisk Somali, Somalier, somalisch Σομαλικά, σομαλικός, Σομαλός somalí somalialainen, somalin kieli somali, Somalien Somalijac, somalijski somalo ソマリアの, ソマリア人, ソマリア語 소말리아의, 소말리어, 소말리족 Somaliër, Somalisch somalier, somalisk język somalijski, Somalijczyk, somalijski somali сомали, сомалиец, сомалийский somalier, somalisk, somaliska เกี่ยวกับประเทศโซมาเลีย, ชาวโซมาเลีย, ภาษาโซมาเลีย Somali, Somalice, Somalili người Somali, thuộc nước/người/tiếng Somali, tiếng Somali 索马里人, 索马里的, 索马里语
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On 18th of July 1981, His Eminence Franjo Seper, Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith, gave his Excellency Eduardo Martinez Somalo, substitute of the Secretary of State, two envelopes: one white, with the original text of sister Lucia in Portuguese; another one, orange, with the Italian translation of the secret.
(26.) Navajas-Benito EV, Alonso CA, Sanz S, Olarte C, Marti'nez-Olarte R, Hidalgo-Sanz, S, Somalo S, Torres C.
Finalmente, otros estudiosos han tomado esta obrita como punto de partida para abordar diversos aspectos de la narrativa del argentino, en el caso de Iriarte Aristu (1982) (8), Cascon Dorado (1999) (9) y Bellini (2013) (10); o bien con un fin algo mas ancilar, opcion adoptada por Francia Somalo (2006), que se vale de un capitulo dedicado a Heliogabalo como modelo para la construccion contemporanea de una biografia del emperador romano a la manera de los historiografos latinos.
Sono diventata poliglotta, ho riesumato il somalo e l'atavica attitudine al nomadismo, ho riallacciato i fili e li ho saldati.
Per Ornela Vorpsi, (3) ad esempio, la condizione di in-betweener fra la lingua e la cultura d'origine--l'albanese--e le lingue e le culture della migrazione e della scrittura--l'italiano e il francese--e il frutto di un percorso migratorio liberamente scelto; per Ubah Cristina Ali Farah, (4) invece, di madre italiana e padre somalo, nata in Italia e cresciuta a Mogadiscio, e un codice genetico che fin dalla nascita ha contrassegnato la sua duplice appartenenza culturale e linguistica, amplificandola nella dimensione diasporica dell'esperienza privata e collettiva.
Y si vuelve a retroceder en el tiempo, siempre en cuanto a lo acaecido con los cuerpos militares del ejercito, el 14 de julio de 1773 casaron privadamente el capitan del regimiento de dragones don Juan Somalo (companero de armas del futuro jefe de la independencia General don Jose de San Martin), con dona Ana Arroyo y Gonzalez, "...
Perez Somalo, Opciones Financieras y Productos Estructurados, McGraw-Hill, Madrid, Spain, 2nd edition, 2003.
(75.) Following is a list of cardinal prefects of dicasteries and their years in office: Bernardin Gantin, Congregation for Bishops (1984-1998); Joseph Ratzinger, Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (1981-2005); Iozef Tomko, Congregation for the Evangelization of Peoples (1985-2001); Cardinal Dario Castrillon Hoyos, Congregation for the Clergy (1996-2006); Eduardo Martinez Somalo, Congregation for Institutes of Consecrated Life and Societies of Apostolic Life (1992-2004); Zenon Grocholewski, Congregation for Catholic Education (1999-2015).
(129) Sobre este cenobio burgales vease REVUELTA SOMALO, Jose Maria.
(9) Unlike previous elections founded on universal male suffrage, women were permitted to vote by the administration known as Governo Somalo, (10) headed by the first Somali Prime Minister Abdullahi Iise Mohamoud.
Fiabe splatter, sostiene la Scego, traducendo l'originale somalo in una cifra interpretativa occidentale e postmoderna.