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Tigrinya language resources



Tigrinya is spoken on a daily basis in: Eritrea

Encyclopedia resources on Tigrinya
Tigrinya language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language teachers in Sweden . Jeberti.com Information about Jebertis and their history. Tigrinya language edition of Wikipedia This Afro-Asiatic languages -related article is a stub . You can help Wikipedia by ...

Category:Afro-Asiatic language stubs - Wikipedia, the free ...
Template:Aa-lang-stub Tigre language Tigrinya language X Xamtanga language Y Yemeni Arabic Yemenite Hebrew language Z Zizilivakan language Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Afro-Asiatic ...

Category:Languages of Eritrea - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language Tigrinya language Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Languages_of_Eritrea " Categories : Eritrean culture | Languages of Africa Views Category Discussion Edit this page History ...

Category:Languages of Ethiopia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language T Tigrinya language W Weyto language Wolane language Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Languages_of_Ethiopia " Categories : Ethiopian culture | Languages of Africa Views Category ...

Semitic languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Church only; ancestral to others in branch, much as Latin is to Romance languages North Tigrinya language Tigré language Dahlik language — "newly discovered" South Transversal Amharic language ...

Main Page - Wikipedia
This is the place for the wikipedia in Tigrinya language, which currently has 2 articles. It hasn't started yet, but you can start it; just click on edit this page and start adding content. For more ...

Category:Semitic languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language Tigrinya language Triliteral U Ugaritic language Retrieved from " http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Semitic_languages " Category : Afro-Asiatic languages Views Category Discussion Edit this page ...

Semitic languages - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Churches only; ancestral to others in branch, much as Latin is to Romance languages North Tigrinya language Tigré language Dahlik language — "newly discovered" South Transversal Amharic language ...

Main Page - Wikipedia
...language list -- Afar - Abkhazian - Afrikaans - Elsässisch - አማርኛ - العربية - ... Tigrinya - تركمن / Туркмен - Tagalog - Setswana - Tonga - toki pona - Tok Pisin - Türkçe - ...

Tigre language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...language descended from Ge'ez and is closely related to Tigrinya and Amharic . It is spoken by approximately one million people in Eritrea with a few speakers in Sudan . Tigre is also the name for the ...



Academic resources on Tigrinya
http://lang.nalrc.wisc.edu/nalrc/resources/press/brochures/triginya.pdf
...as the only official one in 1972, replacing a variety of older orthographies. Tigrinya 1 CLASSIFICATION AND WHERE SPOKEN Tigrinya belongs to the Tigrinya branch of ...

African Languages - Shona, Somali, Tigrinya (ASC)(MSU)
...as the only official one in 1972, replacing a variety of older orthographies. Tigrinya 1 CLASSIFICATION AND WHERE SPOKEN Tigrinya belongs to the Tigrinya branch of ...

UCLA Language Materials Project - Index Page
Tigrinya Turkish Turkmen Twi Uighur Ukrainian Urdu Uzbek Vietnamese Warlpiri Welsh Wolof Xhosa Yakut Yiddish Yoruba Zulu Select a Material All Materials ALL TEACHING MATERIALS -- Reader -- Reference -- Dictionary -- Grammar ...

iCasad: Academic Interests: Eritrea
...is estimated at about five million, with about half identifying themselves ethnically as Tigrinya; nearly one-third identify themselves as Tigré; and the remainder of the population identifies as ...

Against All Odds (Tigrinya version): African Languages and Literatures ...
Tigrinya—Adobe Acrobat Version (PDF file) Registration Form Click here for a daily session schedule. Click here for a list of the invited speakers. Click here for a list of presenters. an outreach program of ...

Against All Odds (English version): African Languages and Literatures ...
Tigrinya—Adobe Acrobat Version (PDF file) Special Announcement— The organizers of Against All Odds invite participants to consider bringing donations of useful books and teaching aids for the schools ...

Photos :: Expo
Tigrinya girl and Tigré woman Viewed: 46 times. Tigrinya wata player Viewed: 46 times. Tigrinya warrior Viewed: 34 times. Tigrinya dancer Viewed: 42 times. Tigrinya flute player Viewed: 43 times. Church ...

UCLA Language Materials Project Language Profiles Page
Tigrinya Turkish Turkmen Twi Uighur Ukrainian Urdu Uzbek Vietnamese Warlpiri Welsh Wolof Xhosa Yakut Yiddish Yoruba Zulu Select a Material All Materials ALL TEACHING MATERIALS -- Reader -- Reference -- Dictionary -- Grammar ...

Baltimore - Advanced Search
Tigrinya Timne Tivi Tlingit Tok Pisin Tokelauan Tonga (Nyasa) Tonga (Tonga Islands) Truk Tsimshian Tsonga Tswana Tumbuka Turkish Turkmen Tuvaluan Tuvinian Twi Ugaritic Uighur Ukrainian Umbundu ...

UCLA Language Materials Project News Page
Tigrinya Turkish Turkmen Twi Uighur Ukrainian Urdu Uzbek Vietnamese Warlpiri Welsh Wolof Xhosa Yakut Yiddish Yoruba Zulu Select a Material All Materials ALL TEACHING MATERIALS -- Reader -- Reference -- Dictionary -- Grammar ...



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Government resources on Tigrinya
http://www.loc.gov/catdir/cpso/romanization/tigrinya.pdf
Tigrinya Uighur Ukrainian Urdu Go to: Cataloging Policy and Support Office Home Page Cataloging Directorate Home Page Library of Congress Home Page Library of Congress Library of Congress Help Desk (06 ...

ALA-LC Romanization Tables
Tigrinya Uighur Ukrainian Urdu Go to: Cataloging Policy and Support Office Home Page Cataloging Directorate Home Page Library of Congress Home Page Library of Congress Library of Congress Help Desk (06 ...

Office for Civil Rights Website
View publications translated into languages such as Amharic, Tigrinya, Oromo, Somali, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, Cambodian, Korean, and Russian; Find out about upcoming City of Seattle and ...

Career Paths at the National Security Agency (NSA) - Foreign Languages
Tigrinya Turkish Uighur Ukrainian Urdu/Punjabi Vietnamese Yakan Yoruba Language Instructor positions are also available in the following languages: Arabic Chinese Hindi Korean Pashto Persian-Farsi ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Eritrea
...ethnic Tigrinya 50%, Tigre and Kunama 40%, Afar 4%, Saho (Red Sea coast dwellers) 3%, other 3% Religions: Muslim, Coptic Christian, Roman Catholic, Protestant Languages: Afar, Arabic, Tigre ...

Outreach Page- Office for Civil Rights Website
Translations in the following languages: | Amharic | English | Oromo | Somali | Spanish | Tigrinya | Vietnamese | On Hate Free Issues Racial & Religious Crimes Have no place in Our Community Translations in ...

California Courts: Programs: Court Interpreters
Tigrinya Toishanese Tongan Trique Truukese Tunisian Turkish ...

CIA - The World Factbook -- Ethiopia
Muslim 45%-50%, Ethiopian Orthodox 35%-40%, animist 12%, other 3%-8% Languages: Amharic, Tigrinya, Oromigna, Guaragigna, Somali, Arabic, other local languages, English (major foreign language ...

Duties and Responsibilities
Malay, Malayalam, Pashto, Serbo-Croatian, Somali, Swahili, Tajik, Tamil, Tigrinya, Turkish, Turkmen, Uigur, Urdu, Uzbek, and Vietnamese. Contract Linguists primarily ...

List of Department of Health information available in languages other ...
How to sign up for WIC services are available in these languages : Amharic (680KB PDF) Tigrinya (679KB PDF) Chinese (297KB PDF) Ukrainian (638KB PDF) Korean (263KB PDF) Vietnamese (552KB PDF) Russian ...



".org" resources on Tigrinya
http://www.immunize.org/catg.d/p4170ti.pdf
...for female speakers. In Eritrea, Christian speakers of the Tigrinya language are known as Tigrinya, while Muslim Tigrinya speakers are known as Jebertis. [ edit ] External links Omniglot on Tigrinya alphabet ...

Tigrinya language - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
...for female speakers. In Eritrea, Christian speakers of the Tigrinya language are known as Tigrinya, while Muslim Tigrinya speakers are known as Jebertis. [ edit ] External links Omniglot on Tigrinya alphabet ...

Tigrinya Bibles
This page provides links to gospel resources in the Tigrinya language. Tigrinya Bible Tigrinya is spoken primarily in Ethiopia and Eritrea. These Bibles are for sale from Amazon.com. (Your purchases ...

The Bible in Tigrinya
Tigrinya Tigrinya is spoken by 6,060,000 people: 4,150,000 in Ethiopia, 1,900,000 in Eritrea, 10,000 in Israel. Publishing History Part of the Bible was published for the first time in 1866. The New ...

Welcome to HighPoint Neighborhood
...to save the image. Click here for more phrases in other languages English Amharic Chinese Spanish Tigrinya Somali Russian Vietnamese Khmer Adult Only Amharic Chinese Spanish Tigrinya Somali Russian Vietnamese Khmer ...

The Way to Happiness eBooks Download Page
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EthnoMed: Preventing Rickets in Breastfed Babies (Tigrinya version)
EthnoMed by filling out a short on-line survey Preventing Rickets in Breastfed Babies (Tigrinya version) August 1995 This patient education material is provided by the Community House Calls project ...

Jehovah's Witnesses Official Web Site
Copyright © 2005 Watch Tower Bible and Tract Society of Pennsylvania. All rights reserved.

UNMEE: United Nations Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea - Radio UNMEE
Title. Ethiopia and Eritrea Urged to Show Maximum Restraint. Amharic Arabic English Oromiffa Tigre Tigrinya ( Eritrea ) Tigrinya ( Ethiopia ) 4 November 2005 Program Titles.1. Eritrea Celebrates the UN’s 60th ...

EthnoMed: Tigrinya Hepatitis Cultural Profile
Help us improve EthnoMed by filling out a short on-line survey Tigrinya Hepatitis Cultural Profile Hannah Y. Kim, MD, with assistance from Tsehay Demowez, Interpreter Cultural Mediator, Harborview ...



Commercial resources on Tigrinya

Tigrinya (Ge'ez ???? t?gr?a, also spelled Tigrigna) is a Semitic language spoken by the Tigray-Tigrinya people in central Eritrea (there called "Tigrinya" people), where it is one of the main working languages (Eritrea does not have official languages), and in the Tigray Region of Ethiopia (whose speakers are called "Tigray"), where it also has official status, and among groups of emigrants from these regions, including some of the Beta Israel now living in Israel. Tigrinya should not be confused with the related Tigre language, which is spoken in the lowland regions in Eritrea to the north and west of the region where Tigrinya is spoken.
For the representation of Tigrinya sounds, this article uses a modification of a system that is common (though not universal) among linguists who work on Ethiopian Semitic languages, but it differs somewhat from the conventions of the International Phonetic Alphabet. In order to view the Tigrinya characters, you will need a Unicode Ge'ez font, such as GF Zemen Unicode or the Abyssinica SIL Font.

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