- Tigrinya ትግርኛ (təgrəña). The spelling Tigrigna came via Italian. (Wiktionary)
“An outlet that would cater for the whole of Eritrea in Arabic, Tigrinya and English, a media outlet that would weed out exclusion.”
“You get to know them, and after a while you even learn to say, “Hello—how are you this morning?” in their language which is not Amharic, but either Tigrinya or Tigre.”
“Volunteers must be fluent in English and at least one of these languages: French, Amharic, Tigrinya (Ethiopian), Arabic or Farsi.”
“Volunteers must be fluent in English and at least one of the following languages: French, Amharic, Tigrinya (Ethiopian), Arabic or Farsi.”
“They are divided into two distinct linguistic entities speaking Amharic and Tigrinya respectively.”
“The ‘book’ turned out to be a phone book that contained writings in the Tigrinya alphabet, commonly used in Eritrea.”
“Ethnic groups: Tigrinya 50%, Tigre and Kunama 40%, Afar 4%, Saho (Red Sea coast dwellers) 3%, other 3%”
“SALLY GRAHAM, CNN CORRESPONDENT (voice-over): Poet laureate Reesom Haile believed Tigrinya, one of the major languages of Eritrea, could, as he often said, resurrect a nation.”
“In Brussels, dipping crusty bread into melted butter, as piles of mussel shells grew higher and higher, I came to see Reesom Haile -- poet, artist -- as the Engera (ph) -- the traditional bread of Eritrea that nurtures and sustains Tigrinya speakers and, through translation, admirers worldwide.”
“He's on a mission to celebrate and preserve Tigrinya, his native language.”
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