Oromo to Yiddish Translation


Common Phrases From Oromo to Yiddish

Nagaattiזייַ געזונט
Akkam jirta?וואס מאכסטו?
Dhiifamaאנטשולדיגט מיר
An hin beekuאיך וויס נישט
Nan hubadhaאיך פארשטיי
Akkas natti fakkaataאיך טראכט אזוי
Tariiזאל זיין
Booda wal agarraמען וועט זיך זעהן
Of eeggadhuהיט זיך
Akkam jirta?וואס טוט זיך?
Hin yaadda'iinמאכט נישט אויס
Eeyyee kaaזיכער
Achumaanשוין יעצט
Haa deemnuלאמיר גיין

Interesting information about Oromo Language

Oromo is an Afro-Asiatic language spoken by the Oromo people, who are one of the largest ethnic groups in Ethiopia and parts of Kenya. It belongs to the Cushitic branch within this language family. With over 40 million native speakers, it is widely considered as a major African language. The Oromo alphabet uses Latin script with additional characters specific to its phonetic system. Historically suppressed during Ethiopian regimes that favored Amharic, efforts have been made since the early 1990s for recognition and promotion of Oromo as a national working language alongside Amharic. Oromo has several dialects including Borana-Arsi-Guji (BAG), West Central or Wellega-Oromiffa (WCO), Eastern or Harar-Bale-Robe (HBR) among others. The rich oral tradition includes poetry known as qubee which plays an important role in preserving cultural heritage.

Know About Yiddish Language

Yiddish is a Germanic language spoken by Ashkenazi Jews. It originated in the 9th century and developed as a fusion of Hebrew, Aramaic, Old French, Slavic languages (primarily Polish), and other local dialects. Yiddish was primarily used among Jewish communities in Central and Eastern Europe until World War II when it faced severe decline due to persecution during the Holocaust. Today, approximately one million people speak or understand Yiddish worldwide. The language uses an adapted version of the Hebrew alphabet with some additional characters for specific sounds. Notably rich in vocabulary related to everyday life, culture, humor,and religion,Yiddish serves as an important link between generations preserving Jewish heritage through literature,theater,music,and film.

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