Amharic and Ethiopic Onomastics: A Classic Ethiopian Legacy, Concept and Ingenuity
A native Ethiopian with a background in architecture and theology now living in the US, Yemane introduces Ethiopian culture, traditions, and customs in which the Ethiopic and Amharic naming system are among the most important elements. He analyzes the psychology, philosophy, and theology of Christian Ethiopia, and discusses the internal and externa
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THE RELIGIOUS HISTORY OF ETHIOPIA
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3GZVAB3HER 3SAT Abba Abyssinia African Aksum Aksumite Aksumite kingdom AMDA Amharic language Amharic names Amharic personal names AMLAK AMM3HA Asma Giyorgis B3RHAN Bahru BAKW3RA became BETA biblical birth blessing Christ covenant culture depicts the child Emperor Ethiopian Christianity Ethiopian Church Ethiopian Empire Ethiopian Orthodox Church Ethiopic and Amharic ethnic Ewostatewos F3QRA faith father firstborn Frumentius Ga'az GABRA GIYORGIS God's Greater Ethiopia H3YWAT HABTA Hayla Sallase History of Ethiopia History to 1270 horse-name Ibid indigenous influence Islam IYYASUS Jesus Kasa KIDAN king kingdom Kobishchanov KR3STOS Levine Lipsky Lord MADH3N magic Manihk Mary MARYAM MASQAL meaning Medieval Ethiopian History Messay Modern Ethiopia name depicts naming system newborn noun onomastics Oromo parents political religious names S3LLASE Sabbath SAGAD SAGGA Sawa Sergew servant Seyfu slave slave-name Solomon Solomonic dynasty Taddesse TAKLA TASFA term Teshale Tewahedo Church Tewodros tradition Trinity Ullendorff WALDA WARQ Wdrq yabarya Zagwe dynasty Zion