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Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by EthioRedSea » 10 Sep 2019, 21:56

The Armaic language is similar to Geez and Tigrigna. Amharic lacks the vowels and the gutteral pronounciations. Amharic is more Cushitic and was probably created by Tigrayan Ruling Class.

Tigrayans should be proud of their language and history: They belong to one of the ancient people of the world. Amharic is a new language and the people are not aksumites.

We should to stop Amharic from being used as a working language in Ethiopia. Tigrigna and Oromo should be the working languages of modern Ethiopia.

Stop publishing books in Amharic!
Stop any radio and TV programmes in Amharic.
Tigrina and Oromo should the working languages in Ethiopia.

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by EthioRedSea » 10 Sep 2019, 22:05

The following video shows how similar Tigrigna from Tigray and Armaic are. Amharic lacks the prounounciation and also the intonation, adulterated by Cushitic tribes. The Ethiopian girl is too unnatural to speak a semetic language. She is more Cushitic, maybe from South Ethiopia.


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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by Selam/ » 10 Sep 2019, 22:10

Mamush - Did your mom forget today to give you the pink pacifier?

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by Abdelaziz » 10 Sep 2019, 22:28

Debreporno says he is still learning Amharic. He will kick it out once he feels confident with his Amharic vocabulary.

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by Abdelaziz » 10 Sep 2019, 22:38

Woww… Even Simple Aramaic and Tigrigna terms/words like "Ane"
are difficult for Amharu? Wowwww, this is weird. I though they live next door to us!
I was really impressed by the similarity between Tigrigna and Aramaic when I met with a An Aramaic couple who literally spoke to me in Aramaic only, and I undersood nearly most if not everything they said, for they spoke very little English.
Do you know Jesus spoke only in Aramaic, his first language, while Hebrew was 2nd language to him like Amharic is to Tigreans. Jesus is thus closer to us my friend!
Do you know what he said at the crucifiction time?: " El Limen Habeshtani?" Oh God, to whom did you forsake me. El means God, as in GebriEl, Gebri/Gebre=slave/servant of God. EL= God.
Ni en to whom, Habeshtani, why did you want to lose me? Agmalna tehabissen…. Rihiqen keyden, Tefien… etc. Amazing!

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by Selam/ » 11 Sep 2019, 13:55

Filthy woyane rat - With the whoore family business that you run and hatred filled heart you carry, satan is closer to you than any living being. KIFU!
Abdelaziz wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 22:38
Woww… Even Simple Aramaic and Tigrigna terms/words like "Ane"
are difficult for Amharu? Wowwww, this is weird. I though they live next door to us!
I was really impressed by the similarity between Tigrigna and Aramaic when I met with a An Aramaic couple who literally spoke to me in Aramaic only, and I undersood nearly most if not everything they said, for they spoke very little English.
Do you know Jesus spoke only in Aramaic, his first language, while Hebrew was 2nd language to him like Amharic is to Tigreans. Jesus is thus closer to us my friend!
Do you know what he said at the crucifiction time?: " El Limen Habeshtani?" Oh God, to whom did you forsake me. El means God, as in GebriEl, Gebri/Gebre=slave/servant of God. EL= God.
Ni en to whom, Habeshtani, why did you want to lose me? Agmalna tehabissen…. Rihiqen keyden, Tefien… etc. Amazing!

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by simbe11 » 11 Sep 2019, 14:01

He is from Dedebit and Amharic takes a little genius than the Dedebit thugs posses. That means he will never understand Amharic to the full extent.

Abdelaziz wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 22:28
Debreporno says he is still learning Amharic. He will kick it out once he feels confident with his Amharic vocabulary.

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by Za-Ilmaknun » 11 Sep 2019, 14:19

TPLF says Ameharic is cushitic while the Gebissa OLF claims Ameharic to be Semetic.....and some still say Ameharic doesn't exist..lol but they use a language called Amharic to govern a Country called Ethiopia anyway. Legesse Zenawi will some day in the future be remembered by the same TPLF as the Amara devil who forced Ameharic on Tigreans. Atse Yohannes is constantly bashed by the same TPLF for doing what Legesse Zenawi did... None can win against TPLF when it comes negating itself. They just live for the momentary gratification :mrgreen: :lol:

Now they are jumping to be relating their gibberish to Aramaic, and tomorrow it will be to Ceramic too..lol It is just mind boggling why they have such a deeper self hate and try to justify everything they assume good by relating to something that they have no remote connection with. They still claim to be Agazians and related to Eritreans in some mysterious way..ayy negere TPLF..:) :lol: :mrgreen:

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by Degnet » 11 Sep 2019, 14:20

Selam/ wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 22:10
Mamush - Did your mom forget today to give you the pink pacifier?

EthioRedSea wrote:
10 Sep 2019, 21:56
He is really childish.

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by Misraq » 11 Sep 2019, 16:55

Inferiority complex eating qondafats lol

Lisane-negus vs Lisane Chachut :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

Tigrigna written form comes on 1922 AD
Amharic literature started on 1142 AD

Nay qondaf ugo lol

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by EthioRedSea » 11 Sep 2019, 17:57

Tigrigna is realted more to Semetic languages. It is true Tigrigna was used by merchants, peasants and shepherd. Tigrigna was not used as palace language because the people used it for themselves.
Tigrigna is close to Geez as Italian is to Latin
Amharic is realted to Geez probably as French is related to Latin.
Tigrayasn have no inferiority complex to any one, because they have a golden history. They brought Christianity and Islam to the world. They brewing wine in A?kum 3000 years ago while the whole of Europe was running naked in the cold.

This is simply an expression of fact. We are not sure when the first Tigrigna literature started. We are sure there should be some documentation in Tigrigna.

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by @@ » 11 Sep 2019, 18:32

:lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: jealousy is eating you up agame boy :lol:
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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by EthioRedSea » 11 Sep 2019, 18:34

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by @@ » 11 Sep 2019, 18:36

green eyed agames are envious to their bones :lol: :lol: Iam loving it :lol: የት አባታችሁ ቅጥል በሉ :lol: amharic vs hebrew coming soon :lol: whenever they see amharic on international stage, they start crying :lol: like "but wait tirigna is more closer than this or that blah blah" :lol: as if we care about their language :lol: i always laugh my a$$ off :lol:

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by Misraq » 11 Sep 2019, 19:39

I am loving and enjoying agames envious when they see amharic being mentioned in international stage. Why do agames get angry? Iooi :lol: :lol:

The other funny thing about agames is that their poor assumption that Hibrew, Aramaic or Arabic is the best language and they think being close or related can elevate their status. How moronic?

For idiot agames, hellenic (greek), Latin and Shakespeare English languages/literatures are unknown.

Qomal agames, amharic is respected not because it is relatedness to semetic, but for being rich in litrarure and the fact it served as a lingua franca in eastern Africa for many people.

As to amharic being related to cushitic language, yes we proudly announce its relatedness to cushitic languages. It is due to this fact that amharic effectively removes throat scratching squiqy sounds that are ugly for human ear. Amharic thus become sweet to listen and romantic due to the richness cushitic sounds it absorbed.

Jimmy the linguist.

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by Selam/ » 11 Sep 2019, 20:07

Given such a rich background and history, what made woyane bandits retreat to Dedebit caves and develop a barbaric and inhumane behavior?

It seems to me that there is either a big fallacy in your theory or TPLF thugs are distinct from the good people of Tigray in that they must have been mutated from the stem gene at some point in evolution and have ended up developing KIFU and cursed nucleotides that can never be reversed. It would be like trying to transform Satan into an angel, which is unthinkable for a human being unless you make yourself believe he is an angel as all woyane rats revere the senile thugs, hyenas and dead frog.

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11 Sep 2019, 17:57
Tigrigna is realted more to Semetic languages. It is true Tigrigna was used by merchants, peasants and shepherd. Tigrigna was not used as palace language because the people used it for themselves.
Tigrigna is close to Geez as Italian is to Latin
Amharic is realted to Geez probably as French is related to Latin.
Tigrayasn have no inferiority complex to any one, because they have a golden history. They brought Christianity and Islam to the world. They brewing wine in A?kum 3000 years ago while the whole of Europe was running naked in the cold.

This is simply an expression of fact. We are not sure when the first Tigrigna literature started. We are sure there should be some documentation in Tigrigna.

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by Misraq » 11 Sep 2019, 20:56


Guttural harsh throat


The term is also commonly used non-technically by English speakers to refer to sounds that subjectively appear harsh or grating. This definition usually includes a number of consonants that are not used in English, such as epiglottal [ʜ] and [ʡ], uvular [χ] and [q], and velar fricatives [x] and [ɣ]. However, it usually excludes sounds used in English, such as the velar stops [k] and [ɡ], the velar nasal [ŋ], and the glottal consonants [h] and [ʔ].[4][5]

Guttural languages

In popular consciousness, languages that make extensive use of guttural consonants are considered to be guttural languages. A guttural language tends to make a sound rather "heavy" and/or "throaty". To English-speakers, guttural languages would sound strange and may be even hard on the ear of those who are used to the English pronunciation.[6]

Examples of significant usage
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Some of the languages that extensively use [x], [χ], [ɣ] and/or [q] are:

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by Abdelaziz » 12 Sep 2019, 01:11

Anopoozal fistulated gi'matam inferiority-complexed Mesraq Betraq the toothless old Dkhungry bi'tch , inferiority is synonymous with your [ deleted ] eternally complainer who is being laughing stock in the middle of the city you are majority. Bi'tch idiot Amharic is cushitic in grammar it stole geez /Tigrigna terms , as Tigreans were its expanders( some say the words are 75% Tigrigna). Amharu liars will say things that never existed, like your saying Amharic was written 12th century blah, blah when it was not even created by Agews and Tigreans. GudelaAmharu bi'tch Mesraq Betraq, Tigrigna was written in Midribahri and Yaha(Higi Endaba) long before Amharic touched Brana in the 18th century. Go figure, you bi'tch, find the facts by yourself before you show us your rotting fatty empty brain through your spermfulmouth. yaki, I just hat anopoozal fistulated smelly bi'tches like you.
Aramaic being very close to Geez/Tigrigna will kill GudelaAmharu with envy and they will soon abandon their creole and adopt Oromifa, Af Somali or Tigrigna. ..... Debreporno should protect Tigrigna from being stolen by your inferior tribe.

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by Misraq » 12 Sep 2019, 14:02

Aziza,

Jimmy can correct the harsh throat problem you have by inserting Jimmy's 10 inch hard d!ck in your agame mouth and ejaculating right in the middle of your throat.

Only Then, you can talk like us :mrgreen:

For client references, I can drop the phone numbers of Letay, Awetash, Lwam, Birhane, Silas, Hadas..etc. they all have corrected their harsh throat issue through Jimmy's hard throat penetration therapy :lol: :lol:

Jimmy

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Re: Armaic is similar to Tigringa and not to Amharic

Post by EthioRedSea » 12 Sep 2019, 14:35

Tigrigna is the language that will dominate East Africa and Middle East.
Tigrigna is more ancient than Arabic and Hebrew, one source says.
Tigrigna speakers understand most of Hebrew and Arabic words, which Tigrigna has a vast resource of words and culture.
Tigrayans should be proud of their language as it is one of the most ancient languages.

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