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  1. Tigrinya is the most widely spoken language in Eritrea (see Demographics of Eritrea), and the fourth most spoken language in Ethiopia after Amharic, Oromo, and Somali. It is also spoken by large immigrant communities around the world, in countries including Sudan , Saudi Arabia , Israel, Denmark, Germany, Italy, Sweden, the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States.

  2. El idioma tigriña es una lengua etiópica y desciende del ge'ez, que es una lengua semítica meridional. El nombre de la lengua corresponde al nombre de la provincia de Tigray, en Etiopía. Aparte de ser la lengua moderna que más se parece al ge'ez, se sabe poco sobre la historia lingüística del tigriña, pues todos los documentos escritos son relativamente recientes, siendo que antes todo se escribía en el antiguo idioma ge'ez. Solamente hay raras excepciones en escritos ...

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    The earliest written example of Tigrinya is a text of local laws found in Logosarda district, Southern Region, Eritrea. It is from the 13th century. Tigrinya is related to the Ethiopian Semitic language Ge'ez. However, Tigrinya has a different word order than Ge'ez, and there are some more differences in grammar. However, the two languages have similar phonology and morphology, which show they are related. Ge'ez has influenced Tigrinya literature, especially with words about Christian life. Until recent times, Ge'ez was used for writing more often than Tigrinya was.When the British ruled Eritrea, there was a newspaper written in Tigrinya. Tigrinya was one of Eritrea's official languages while it was part of Ethiopia; in 1958 it was replaced with the language Amharic. During the rule of Emperor Haile Selassie (1930-1974), publications in Tigrinya were banned. When Selassie lost power, Amharic remained the standard language.In 1991, Eritrea became independent from Ethiopia. Tigrinya w...

    There are 6,915,000 total Tigrinya speakers. Of these, approximately 4,320,000 live in Ethiopia. Most Tigrinya speakers in Ethiopia live in the Tigray region. There are approximately 2,540,000 Tigrinya speakers in Eritrea. Most of these live in the southern and central areas of the country. There are also over 10,000 Beta Israelspeakers of Tigrinya. Tigrinya is the fourth most spoken language in Ethiopia after Amharic, Oromo, Somali and the most widely spoken language in Eritrea. It is also spoken by immigrants around the world. In Australia, Tigrinya is broadcast on public radio on the Special Broadcasting Service. There are two dialects of Tigrinya: Northern and Southern. Northern Dialect 1. Eritrea (Hamasien, Seraye, Akele Guzay, Anseba) 2. Ethiopia (Adwa, Axum, Shire, most areas of Agame) Southern Dialect 1. Ethiopia (Enderta, Tembien, Raya, some areas of Agame)

    Tigrinya has a set of ejective consonantsand seven vowels. A Tigrinya syllable may have a consonant-vowel or a consonant-vowel-consonant sequence.

    Tigrinya is written in the Ge'ez script (Ethiopic script), which was originally developed for the Ge'ez language. The Ge'ez script is an abugida. Each symbol represents a consonant+vowel syllable. Note: Symbols falling into disuse in Tigrinya are shown with a dark graybackground in the table.

    Amanuel Sahle (1998) Säwasäsǝw Tǝgrǝñña bǝsäfiḥ. Lawrencevill, NJ, USA: Red Sea Press. ISBN 1-56902-096-5
    Dan'el Täxlu Räda (1996, Eth. Cal.) Zäbänawi säwasəw kʷ'ankʷ'a Təgrəñña. Mäx'älä
    Rehman, Abdel. English Tigrigna Dictionary: A Dictionary of the Tigrinya Language: (Asmara) Simon Wallenberg Press. Introduction Pages to the Tigrinya Language ISBN 1-84356-006-2
    Eritrean People's Liberation Front (1985) Dictionary, English-Tigrigna-Arabic. Rome: EPLF.
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  3. Tigrinya is the most widely spoken language in Eritrea (see Demographics of Eritrea), and the fourth most spoken language in Ethiopia after Amharic. The Eritrean version of the language is spelled as Tigrigna / ትግርኛ and pronounced differently implying the actual dialect adhered by Eritrean Tigrinya speakers.

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    Tigrayans (Tigrinya: ተጋሩ /ትግራዎት) are an ethnic group native to the Tigray Region in northern Ethiopia. They speak the Tigrinya language.. The daily life of Tigrayans are highly influenced by religious concepts.

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