http://blackjackenlignefrance.com/

Amjaajjota: Asoosama Gabaabaa Gamteessaa Sabaatin

 Yeroo hundaa abbaan maasaa ganama ganama midhaan ilaaluu maasaa dhaqa. Hennaa ilaaluu midhaan kama nyaatame arga. “Maalumatu nyaata midhaan kiyya?” jedha kophaa ofiititti. Guyyaa lammataallee yoo deebi’ee ilaalu waan isa nyaatu hin argu garuu midhaanuma nyaatame arga. “Amajaajjii kamtu midhaan ...

Read More »
Jaarsummaa Araarsa Oromoo, the Oromo peacemaking elders.

Jaarsummaa Araarsa Oromoo, the Oromo peacemaking elders.

  In Oromo society, the relations with foreign tribes, interclans, personal quarrels, disagreements, domestic disputes, and etc are settled by a meeting, in the open air, of all whose choose to attend, when standing in a circle leaning on their ...

Read More »
The Oromo Horses

The Oromo Horses

The Oromo people are exceedingly reach in cattle, and are said to be very kind-hearted and hospitable people. They possess large numbers of horses, and are declared to be good riders and a nation of Horsemen. Oromos are the most ...

Read More »
Oromo Poem: Hush, my baby!

Oromo Poem: Hush, my baby!

Ururuu*, yaa mucaakoo ! Hush, my baby! Ururuu, yaa mucaakoo! Ururuu my baby! Simbinnee yaa simbinnee You were not bought, no, you were not! Saani mooraa sin binne You were not bought with cattle from the kraal Calleen golaa sinnbinne; ...

Read More »
Religion Of The Oromos: Waaqeffannaa

Religion Of The Oromos: Waaqeffannaa

As for the religion of the Oromos, some have been brought to Islam, some to Christianity, but, with these few exceptions, the Original religion of the Oromos is Waaqeffannaa, worship a Supreme Being, Waaqaa; Waaq, appears to be the supreme ...

Read More »

Oromo Marriage

Marriage is one of the most important rituals in Oromo culture. The custom of marriage differs in various parts of the world and every civilization produces a marriage pattern appropriate to itself (Ludlow, 1965, cited in Gemechu & Assefa., 2006). ...

Read More »

An Introduction To The Oromo People

The Oromos are the largest nationality in the Horn of Africa. They constitute more than half of the population in contemporary Ethiopia. They belong to the Cushitic branch of the population in the Horn of Africa. As such, they share ...

Read More »
Scroll To Top