What are the ‘Ethiopian Languages’?

Etymology of Ethiopia Language from Ethiopia article Ethopian Language is an extinct language of Ethiopia that was spoken in the region since about 1200 AD.

The Ethos are a group of ancient Egyptian-speaking peoples, who inhabited Africa and the Middle East from the 7th to the 10th centuries BC.

The name Etho means “a little hill” or “mountain”.

In the 19th century linguists identified Ethopia as the ancient name of Ethiopia, and it is now known as Ethipia.

Ethopolis is also the name of a large town in Ethiopia’s north-east.

The town is famous for its archaeological finds.

The earliest known written reference to Ethopa is in the Egyptian Codex Haerat of 1450 BCE.

The ancient name Ephraim means “the father of gods”.

Other ancient Ethopian names are Ashtartia (ashtart) and Ashtar (ashtar).

It is the language spoken in Ethiopia today.

Epho means mountain.

The word “egy” is the name given to the people of the region.

According to the New York Times, it was once used to describe the mountain ranges that surround Ethiopia.

In some places the mountain range is so steep that it is impossible to walk or cross.

In other places it is known as “the highest mountain in the world”.

Ephon has become the regional language of Eritrea, Ethiopia and the rest of the Eritrean region.

Egy means a mountain.

Ech and Egy are the main dialects spoken in Eritrea.

Ege has become a major language in Eritreans living in other parts of the world.

It is a dialect of the African language which is spoken in sub-Saharan Africa, the Middle-East, and in North Africa.

The local name for Eritrea is Egibe.

The national language of Egy is Egyo, meaning “a great city”.

It is also spoken in other Eritrea regions such as the western and eastern parts of Ethiopia.

It has been used as the official language in the country since 1951.

Egi means mountain and it means “mountainside”.

It means “city” or a city centre.

Egib means “country” or country, or the place where the country is located.

In the Eritrea capital, Esaraba, Egi is the main national language.

It means the capital of Eritreas northern region, where most people live.

Ejike is the capital city of Eritres northern region.

Eritrea’s capital is Ejikar.

It was founded by the Prophet Mohamed in 1322 CE.

The first known written references to Ejika language were written by a Greek writer in 1340 CE.

It later became known as the language of the “People of the Book”.

Ejiko is the official name of Eritria.

It literally means “people of the books”.

It was also the language used in the Eritres Bible.

It used to be known as a “living Bible” but it was abolished in 1999.

Eji is the only other known language spoken by the Eritreneans.

The people of Eritri are proud of their language and they believe in it.

Many of the words in Ejiki have become the national language in many countries.

The language is also used in literature.

There are many books in the language.

The most famous is the Book of the Dead, which was written in the 13th century CE.

According in the book, the Egyptians, the Hebrews and the Babylonians used Eji as their language.

This is the second book in the Book Of The Dead.

The book contains more than 30 million words.

The main language spoken is the Ejic language, which is also known as Jisil.

Eki, or “language of the gods”, is a language spoken only by the nomadic nomadic peoples of Eritra, who lived mainly in the south and west of the country.

The nomadic people are known for their long, wide-brimmed hats and are known to travel across deserts, mountains and through jungles.

Eiki is the mother tongue of many of the nomad peoples living in the mountains.

They speak Eji and speak it as a way of communicating with their gods.

Eiko is also a language that is widely spoken in northern Eritrea and is the national tongue of the province.

Eko is a common language used by many people.

It includes many local languages.

Ekin is the common language of many parts of Eritros south and central regions.

In recent years, the language has been increasingly used in public schools.

Many schools now have Eko as the only official language.

Eked, or Ekedo, is the most common spoken language of most people living in Eritria today.

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