Tigrinya translation services


Afro-Asiatic > Semitic


Ethiopic (Ge'ez)

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7 million

Other names


Official language

Eritrea, Ethiopia

Interesting Fact

The earliest written example of Tigrigna, spoken in Ethiopia and Eritrea, is a set of local laws dating from the 13th century.


Tigrinya is a Semitic language spoken by the Tigray-Tigrinya people in the Horn of Africa in Ethiopia and Eritrea. In Ethiopia speakers of Tigrinya are called Tegaru, whereas in Eritrea they are called Tigrigna.

Tigrinya should not be confused with another Eritrean language, Tigre.

The Tigrinya language is written with Ge’ez script, previously also called Ethiopic. It is an abugida-style system where each symbol represents both the consonant and vowel sounds of a syllable.

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