In Ethiopic, H: is the mark of the genitive case of, and of the relative pronoun who; for both of which they have in Amharic P ... of the O. T., and, in the revised edition, in the titles of the Four Gospels; e.g. HQTAcT3 HUIIa#39;EQ)a: a#39;HUA: s. a cold, catarrh, rheum. ... Dan. xii. 2. HAAIJUT : s. eternity, eternal duration. aquot;AA: 5. a cluster of grapes. Gen. x1. 10. HA1): v. n. to stand upright. ... [Lin]: the singing, chanting, song, esp. the prescribed gestures of the body accompanying the singing; tone, aamp;c.
|Title||:||Dictionary of the Amharic Language. In Two Parts. Amharic and English and English and Amharic|
|Author||:||Charles William Isenberg|