ሸር ~ sabotage for the sake (enjoyment) of it  
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/shär/
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ቻይ ~ tolerant, stoic  
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/cay/
Added on 4/23/2014 by MelodyK
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የዋህ ~ innocent  
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/yäwah/
Added on 4/23/2014 by MelodyK
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ማማጥ ~ to be in labour  
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/mamaT'/
Added on 4/22/2014 by MelodyK
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ጥየቃ ~ visit used mainly to refer to family visits  
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/T'yäqa/
Added on 4/21/2014 by MelodyK
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መደምደም ~ To pat down something loose and friable such as soil  
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/mädämdäm/
Added on 4/21/2014 by MelodyK
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እቀኩለቀን ~ afternoon  
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/əqäkuläqän/
Added on 4/20/2014 by MahdiEthio
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ሽፋሽፍት ~ eyelash   (n.)
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/shfashft/
or simply lash is one of the hairs that grow at the edge of the eyelid.
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በርጩማ ~ stool   (n.)
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/bärCH'uma/
መደገፍያ ወይም እጀታ የሌለዉ ወንበር
a seat without a back or arms, typically resting on three or four legs or on a single pedestal.
በርጩማ ላይ ተቀመጥኩኝ
I sit on the stool
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ጨምላቃ ~ Indulgent   (adj.)
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/CH'ämlaqa/
ከልክ በላይ እንክብካቤ ማድረግ
having or indicating a tendency to be overly generous to or lenient with someone.
ወላጆቹ ሁሉንም ነገር እሺህ ስላሉት ልጁ ጨምላቃ ሆነ።
Antonyms : strict
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ጨምላቃ ~ indulgent  
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/CH'ämlaqa/
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እመ ቤት ~ ma'am   (adj.)
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/əmä bet/
እመ ቤት፣ ማለት የቤት እናት ማለት ነው። ክብርት እንስት ስትጠራ የሚባል ምላሽ ነው። በቃልም በስልክም ጥሪ ሲመጣ መልስ መስጫ ይሆናል።
pronounced as Emeit is an acknowledgement uttered when a respected female person makes a call, orally or via phone. Literally it means of the home
እሜት እማዬ መጣሁ። እሜት ማን ልበል?
Yes sir, Hallo sir.
Tags: አበ ቤት አቤት
Added on 4/20/2014 by lamrof
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አበ ቤት ~ sir   (n.)
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/abä bet/
አበ ቤት፣ ማለት የቤት አባት ማለት ነው። ለተባዕት ጥሪ ምላሽ ለመስጠት የሚባል ነው።
pronounced as Abeit is an acknowledgement uttered when a respect male person makes a call, orally or via phone. Literally it means Father of the home
አቤት አባዬ መጣሁ አንዴ። አቤት ማን ልበል?
Root: አባት
Tags: እመ ቤት እሜት
Added on 4/20/2014 by lamrof
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ጥራጥረ ~ pulles   (n.)
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/T'raT'rä/
የቅባት እህል
beans tayp
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Added on 4/18/2014 by ady
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ጥራጥረ ~ pulles  
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/T'raT'rä/
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ባቅየላ ~ pulles  
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/baqyäla/
Added on 4/18/2014 by ady
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ባቅየላ ~ bean  
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/baqyäla/
Added on 4/18/2014 by ady
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ቅርጫ ~ Communally shared meat   (n.)
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/qrCH'a/
A system of sharing in which an animal such as cattle, sheep, goat etc., is slaughtered for consumption and divided among a group of prearranged people.
Added on 4/17/2014 by MelodyK
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አቃቅር ~ criticism   (n.)
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/aqaqr/
This word is usually followed by "mawtat" meaning "to take out" which makes the phrase a verb similar in meaning to faultfinding.
Added on 4/17/2014 by MelodyK
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ዘንቢል ~ a shopping bag made of straw  
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/zänbil/
Added on 4/17/2014 by MelodyK
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ቅንጬ ~ cracked wheat usually prepared as oatmeal  
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/qnCH'e/
Added on 4/15/2014 by MelodyK
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