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- Shinasha, also known as Boro (Borna, Bworo) is a North Omotic language spoken in western Ethiopia by the Shinasha people. Its speakers live in scattered...
- Shinasha may refer to: Shinasha people of Ethiopia Shinasha language...
- The Shinasha, also known as Bworo or Boro, are an ethnic group of Ethiopia. Their language belongs to the North Omotic family (see Omotic languages). They...
- 55%), Shinasha (7.73%) and Agaw-Awi (4.22%). Main languages are the Berta (25.15%), Amharic (22.46%), Gumuz (20.59%), Oromo (17.69%), Shinasha (4.58%)...
- Kafacho (southwestern Ethiopia), Shekkacho (Southwestern Ethiopia), Boro Shinasha (Northwestern Ethiopia), Anfillo (Western Ethiopia) mainly are speakers...
- ethnic groups reported in the Metekel Zone were the Gumuz (36.78%), the Shinasha (21.6%), the Amhara (17.39%), the Awi (11.33%), a subgroup of the Agew...
- groups The Omotic speaking Shinasha have a similar tradition of descent from Canaan's son Hamati Similarly, the Shinasha extend the Canaanite ancestry...
- Maria Schuver visited the town in the 1880s and reported on a visit to the Shinasha people living in the nearby mountains. The British explorer Charles Beke...
- market "to be very small. It is occasionally visited by a few Gallas from Shinasha and A'muru." Beke continues, "The Baso market is, however, now-a-days so...
- Mao-Komo People's Democratic Organisation (MKPDO). The Gumuz and Boro-Shinasha ethnic parties remained without much change. The four organisations were...