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  1. Oromo (/ ˈ ɒr əm oʊ / or / ɔː ˈ r oʊ m oʊ /; Oromo: Afaan Oromoo) is an Afroasiatic language that belongs to the Cushitic branch. It is native to the Ethiopian state of Oromia and spoken predominantly by the Oromo people and neighbouring ethnic groups in the Horn of Africa.

  2. El idioma oromo (Afaan Oromoo u Oromiffa(a)) es una lengua afroasiática hablado por más de 40 millones de personas de la etnia oromo, establecidos entre Etiopía y Kenia.

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    Afan Oromo is sometimes (especially in Kenya) referred to as Afan Borana, not Afan Borana Oromo. Depending on the location it is sometimes called Afan Boran, Afan Arsi, Afan Orma, Afan Gujji or Afan Ittu. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Gurachaa (talk • contribs) 02:32, 19 March 2009 (UTC) 1. English language Wikipedia uses the standard English language terms for languages. For example, it uses the term "French" rather than "Français" (though the French use that term). This also applies to Ethiopian languages, so that there is an article for "Amharic" not "Amarinya". By this policy, the language described in this article should be referred to consistently as "Oromo". It would be acceptable to say that in the language it is called "Afaan Oromo" and "Oromoiffa", but the rest of the article needs to say "Oromo". This may not please everybody, but this is how Wikipedia works. I hope this explanation prevents edits that reverse this. Pete unseth (talk) 18:23, 1 December 2015 (UTC) O...

    Can we find out why they would want to use latin to write a language, an African language with a non-African script. Now there letters are like 13 charecters due to the limits of latin, more history on the politics behind this would be good as i am very confused to the perks of this shift.--HalaTruth(ሀላካሕ)04:07, 22 December 2006 (UTC) 1. Well, the the fact is that the majority of African languages are written with Latin script. Each script has its own limitations when it comes to representing a language. The Latin script was obviously not designed for English or German or Polish, let alone Swahili, Oromo, or Hausa, so it had to be adapted in each case, and this was not particularly difficult in any of these cases. Latin doesn't have any particular advantage or limitation when it comes to representing Oromo (any more than it does for English, which phonologically is probably as different from Latin as Oromo is); I believe it was adopted in part because of its use for many other langu...

    In the part about dialects and especially about the Wollo dialect there is mentioning of “the city of Wollo”. But there is no city with that name. Wollo is, as most people know, the name of the respective region. I think it is a mistake and the author meant another city/town. In fact, the area where Oromo is spoken stretches approximately from the area of Shewa Robit in the south to somewhere in the north of Bati. Driss07:52, 21 January 2007 (UTC) 1. I think I wrote that, and I meant the city of Dessie, not Wollo. Feel free to edit this part if you know more about the boundaries of the dialect. — MikeG (talk)14:41, 21 January 2007 (UTC) 1. I think the whole question of dialects is being avoided in this article. Variation in the way that many Oromo people speak is not addressed by politicians, but certainly scholars should be able to dispassionately address this huge issue. Somebody please write something, but not just a parroting of the politicians. Pete unseth (talk) 12:34, 4 March...

    The article currently states Oromo "is spoken as a first language by more than 35 million." However, no source is quoted for this claim. The Ethnologue lists a total of 17,273,000 mother tongue speakers in Ethiopia and Kenya. Also, the article states "Within Ethiopia, Oromo is the first most spoken (more than 40%)." The Ethnologue states that there are 17,372,913 speakers of Amharic.That is larger than the number cited speakers of Oromo. There are many people who speak Oromo and Amharic as a second language, but the claim that it is the most widely spoken language in Ethiopia needs some documentation or it must be changed in the Wikipedia article. Wikipedia is a place where documented information is the rule. 1. Wikipedia List_of_languages_by_number_of_native_speakers says that Amharic has 25,000,000 versus 24,000,000 for Amharic. Ethnologue and most other souces say that Oromo is a group of several languages, none having as many as 10,000,000 . It seems decisive; I will remove the...

    I am not language expert but from what I know, Oromo has both definite and indefinite articles. The indefinite article in Oromo is tokko. Tokko is a number actually which means one, but it is also used as indefinite article. For example, mucaa tokkon arge means I saw some/a boy. However, articles in general are not commonly used in Afan Oromo . I speak Western Oromo myself and I am telling you from my experience. Please, consider revising the idea that Afan Oromo does not have indefinite article. Tumsaa (talk) 16:18, 12 July 2014 (UTC)

    A lot of this edit last November was reverted, but it left a lot of rambling details in the lede section and confused the sense of the previous version. I’ll remove it - if it’s relevant it should probably be added to the Speakerssection. I’ll dump the current version here for now. ☸ Moilleadóir ☎03:25, 16 February 2016 (UTC)

    Hello fellow Wikipedians, I have just modified 5 external links on Oromo language. Please take a moment to review my edit. If you have any questions, or need the bot to ignore the links, or the page altogether, please visit this simple FaQfor additional information. I made the following changes: 1. Added archive https://archive.is/20120905203327/http://www.oromia.org/Letter_to_UN.htm to http://www.oromia.org/Letter_to_UN.htm 2. Added archive https://web.archive.org/web/20100709074520/http://www.abyssiniacybergateway.net/fidel/ShaykhBakriSapalo/ to http://www.abyssiniacybergateway.net/fidel/ShaykhBakriSapalo/ 3. Added archive https://web.archive.org/web/20120615082250/http://jimmatimes.com/article/ARTS/ARTS/Ethiopia_Online_Afaan_Oromoo_English_Dictionary/32153 to http://www.jimmatimes.com/article/ARTS/ARTS/Ethiopia_Online_Afaan_Oromoo_English_Dictionary/32153 4. Added {{dead link}} tag to http://www.ilx.nl/blonline/blonlinesearch2.php?ficheid=200000109475 5. Added archive https://web...

    This article uses a BBC source "Children's books breathe new life into Oromo language". bbc.co.uk. that is clearly inaccurate(as spelled out in the title). Amharic has more total speakers by a large margin "Amharic".as reliable language source ethnologue cleary show, the same source from ethnologue is used for the Oromo language article as well. I suggest the removal of this BBC source, as it is inaccurate. @User:MfactDr You reverted me calling it misleading, on what basis? I only added the facts, Amharic has more speakers Oromo, and now you reverted the same at Oromo people in the language section. https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Oromo_people&diff=1033489883&oldid=1033398349 claiming unsource or poorly sourced content, while you removed the ethnologue source. Dawit S Gondaria (talk) 01:13, 14 July 2021 (UTC) 1. 1.1. @Dawit S Gondaria According to Wikipedia rule You cannot remove existing source without adequate reasoning as you did here and falsifying existing content he...

    The article leaves the reader in the dark about the question of whether there is a standardized variety of Oromo or not. We learn in section 1 that Oromo has a number of varieties, but in the sections that follow one gets the impression as if there must be a kind of prestige or standard variety, since info about broadcasting, public information services, education etc. only speaks of theOromo language (the only exception is Kenya-related information, which specifies about the variety (Borana)). Also the huge unsourced grammar section does not specify which variety is discussed, as if a certain variant might be taken for granted here. Having skimmed through several papers that are available online, I get the impression that standardization is still an ongoing process. So we need to know more about the current public use of Oromo: are children taught in the local variety of their region? What variety is chosen in official federal websites? @MfactDr and Landroving Linguist: I would be...

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    The Oromo (pron. / ˈ ɒr əm oʊ / or / ɔː ˈ r oʊ m oʊ /; Oromo: Oromoo) are a Cushitic ethnic group and nation native to the Oromia region of Ethiopia and Kenya who speak the Oromo language as their mother tongue (also called Afaan Oromoo or Oromiffa), which is part of the Cushitic branch of the Afroasiatic language family.

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