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Tigrinya (ትግርኛ, tigriññā)  is spoken in Eritrea and northern Ethiopia by about 7.7 to 8.7 million people in total. Tigrinya is the official language of Eritrea and is the largest language in the country.


Tigre (GE ‘ ez: ትግረ, tigrē, in Sudan Xasa) is a Semitic language spoken in northern Eritrea by about 30 percent of Eritrea’s population as well as in the neighboring areas of northeastern Sudan.


AMHARINJA (አማርኛ, Amharic, Amharinya), spoken in Ethiopia, where it is official language and majority language. Amharinya is second Arabic the most widespread Semitic language


OROMO is spoken in the Horn of Africa by 22 million people. Most speakers live in Ethiopia, but Oromo is also spoken in Kenya, Somalia and Tanzania. Oromo is written with Qubee, a form of Latin alphabet.


Somali (Somali: AF-Soomaali) is an Afro-Asiatic language of the Lowland East Cushitic subgroup spoken in Somalia and in nearby areas of Djibouti, Ethiopia and Kenya.


AFAR (Qafár af, also Afariska) is an a Cushitic language spoken by About 1.5 million, especially in Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti, and mainly among ethnic Afars.


Saho is a Cushitic language closely related to afar. Saho people are mainly nomadic Muslims and populate the eastern border of central Eritrean Highlands and the central coastline of the Red Sea.


Blen belongs to the Cushitic branch of the Afroasiatic language family and is spoken by the BLEN people in central Eritrea and around the town of Keren.

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