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Amharic Word of the Day: Sunday, Dec 6, 2009: Lemd

Welcome to Learn Amharic's Amharic Word of the Day where you can learn a new word in Amharic everyday. Today's word is the noun Lemd which means habit. Le-emd pronounced like "lim-d." Come back daily for a new Amharic word. Thanks for reading.

Added by Zewditu Fesseha on December 6, 2009 at 11:00am — 1 Comment

Amharic Word of the Day: Saturday, Dec 5, 2009: Lelit

Welcome to Learn Amharic's Amharic Word of the Day where you can learn a new word in Amharic everyday. Today's word is the noun Lelit which means night. Lelit is pronounced like "leh-lite." Come back daily for a new Amharic word. Thanks for reading.

Added by Zewditu Fesseha on December 5, 2009 at 4:00pm — No Comments

Amharic Word of the Day: Friday, Dec 4, 2009: Lala

Welcome to Learn Amharic's Amharic Word of the Day where you can learn a new word in Amharic everyday. Today's word is the noun Lala which means loosen. Lala is pronounced like "la -la." Come back daily for a new Amharic word. Thanks for reading.

Added by Zewditu Fesseha on December 4, 2009 at 3:30pm — No Comments

Amharic Word of the Day: Thursday, Dec 3, 2009: Liq

Welcome to Learn Amharic's Amharic Word of the Day where you can learn a new word in Amharic everyday. Today's word is the noun Liq, which means scholar. Liq is pronounced like "leeka." Come back daily for a new Amharic word. Thanks for reading.

Added by Zewditu Fesseha on December 3, 2009 at 11:30am — No Comments

Amharic Word of the Day: Wednesday, Dec 2, 2009: Lul

Welcome to Learn Amharic's Amharic Word of the Day where you can learn a new word in Amharic everyday. Today's word is the noun Lul, which means globe. Lul is pronounced like "Lule-e." Come back daily for a new Amharic word. Thanks for reading.

Added by Zewditu Fesseha on December 2, 2009 at 11:30am — No Comments

Amharic Word of the Day: Tuesday, Dec 1, 2009: Läwz

Welcome to Learn Amharic's Amharic Word of the Day where you can learn a new word in Amharic everyday. Today's word is the noun Läwz, which means nut. Läwz is pronounced like "laws." Come back daily for a new Amharic word. Thanks for reading.

Added by Zewditu Fesseha on December 1, 2009 at 11:30am — No Comments

Amharic Word of the Day: Monday, Nov 30, 2009: Hod

Welcome to Learn Amharic's Amharic Word of the Day where you can learn a new word in Amharic everyday. Today's word is the noun Hod, which means stomach. Hod is pronounced like "hode", or "code." Come back daily for a new Amharic word. Thanks for reading.

Added by Zewditu Fesseha on November 30, 2009 at 9:30pm — No Comments

Amharic Word of the Day: Sunday, Nov 29, 2009: Hawa

Welcome to Learn Amharic's Amharic Word of the Day where you can learn a new word in Amharic everyday. Today's word is the noun Hewan, which means Eve>. Heywan " Come back daily for a new Amharic word. Thanks for reading.

Added by Zewditu Fesseha on November 29, 2009 at 7:00pm — No Comments

Amharic Word of the Day: Saturday, Nov 28, 2009: Hewan

Welcome to Learn Amharic's Amharic Word of the Day where you can learn a new word in Amharic every day. Today's word is the noun Hewan, which means Eve. Hewan is pronounced "Hey-wan." Come back daily for a new Amharic word. Thanks for reading.

Added by Zewditu Fesseha on November 28, 2009 at 4:30pm — No Comments

Amharic Word of the Day: Friday, Nov 27, 2009: Haimanot

Welcome to Learn Amharic's Amharic Word of the Day where you can learn a new word in Amharic everyday. Today's word is the noun Haimanot, which means religion. Pronounced "hi-mah-note", haimanot is also a common Ethiopian name. Come back daily for a new Amharic word. Thanks for reading.

Added by Zewditu Fesseha on November 27, 2009 at 7:30pm — No Comments

Amharic Word of the Day: Thursday, Nov 26, 2009: Amesegenalehu

Welcome to Learn Amharic's Amharic Word of the Day where you can learn a new word in Amharic everyday. Because today is Thanksgiving, we thought it would be a good idea to share the word translation of "thank you" in Amharic. There are several ways to say "thank you" but the most widely used is Amesegenalehu, pronounced "Amäsäggänälehu." We hope you are enjoying your Thanksgiving day and that you will come back tomorrow for a new Amharic word!

Added by Victor Haseman on November 26, 2009 at 6:44pm — No Comments

Amharic Word of the Day: Wednesday, Nov 25, 2009: Hid

Welcome to Learn Amharic's Amharic Word of the Day where you can learn a new word in Amharic everyday. Today's word is the verb Hid, which means go (masculine). Although hid, looks like the English word hid, the two are not pronounced the same. Hid is pronounced "Heed". Come back daily for a new Amharic word!

Added by Zewditu Fesseha on November 26, 2009 at 8:00am — No Comments

Amharic Word of the Day: Monday, Nov 23, 2009: Hägar

Welcome to Learn Amharic's Amharic Word of the Day where you can learn a new word in Amharic every day. Today's word is hägar which means country. Hägar is pronounced "hah-ger." Come back daily for a new Amharic word!

Added by Victor Haseman on November 23, 2009 at 10:00pm — No Comments

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Added by Victor Haseman on November 22, 2009 at 10:30pm — No Comments

Amharic Word of the Day :Tuesday Feb. 16 2010

Fidel of the Day zu/ ዙ
Welcome to Learn Amharic's where you can learn a new word in Amharic
every day. The word of the day, pronounced zufan/ዙፋን which means"Throne'' Come back
daily for a new Amharic word. Thank you for reading

Added by Zewditu Fesseha on January 16, 1970 at 6:00am — No Comments

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