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11 [eleven]

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Months

11 [ዓሰርተሓደ]

11 [‘aseriteḥade]

ኣዋርሕ

[awariḥi]

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January ጥ- ጥ_ ጥ- -- ጥሪ 0
t---ī t____ t-i-ī ----- t’irī
February ለ-ቲት ለ___ ለ-ቲ- ---- ለካቲት 0
l--atī-i l_______ l-k-t-t- -------- lekatīti
March መጋቢት መ___ መ-ቢ- ---- መጋቢት 0
me-a-ī-i m_______ m-g-b-t- -------- megabīti
April ሚያዝያ ሚ___ ሚ-ዝ- ---- ሚያዝያ 0
mī-a--ya m_______ m-y-z-y- -------- mīyaziya
May ጉንበት ጉ___ ጉ-በ- ---- ጉንበት 0
g-nib--i g_______ g-n-b-t- -------- gunibeti
June ሰ- ሰ_ ሰ- -- ሰነ 0
sene s___ s-n- ---- sene
These are six months. እ----ሽ-ሽ- ኣ-ር- እ--። እ___ ሽ___ ኣ___ እ___ እ-አ- ሽ-ሽ- ኣ-ር- እ-ም- ------------------- እዚአን ሽዱሽተ ኣዋርሕ እዮም። 0
i---ā-i-s-----h-t- -w--i--i-iy--i። i______ s_________ a______ i_____ i-ī-ā-i s-i-u-h-t- a-a-i-̣- i-o-i- ---------------------------------- izī’āni shidushite awariḥi iyomi።
January, February, March, ጥ-፣-ለካ--------፣ ጥ__ ለ____ መ____ ጥ-፣ ለ-ቲ-፣ መ-ቢ-፣ --------------- ጥሪ፣ ለካቲት፣ መጋቢት፣ 0
t-ir-- l--atīti፣ --ga-īt-፣ t_____ l________ m________ t-i-ī- l-k-t-t-፣ m-g-b-t-፣ -------------------------- t’irī፣ lekatīti፣ megabīti፣
April, May and June. ሚ---- -ንበት--ሰ--። ሚ____ ጉ____ ሰ___ ሚ-ዝ-፣ ጉ-በ-ን ሰ-ን- ---------------- ሚያዝያ፣ ጉንበትን ሰነን። 0
m--az-y-- -un-betin---en--i። m________ g_________ s______ m-y-z-y-፣ g-n-b-t-n- s-n-n-። ---------------------------- mīyaziya፣ gunibetini seneni።
July ሓ-ለ ሓ__ ሓ-ለ --- ሓምለ 0
ḥ---le ḥ_____ h-a-i-e ------- ḥamile
August ነሓሰ ነ__ ነ-ሰ --- ነሓሰ 0
neh---e n_____ n-h-a-e ------- neḥase
September መ-ከ-ም መ____ መ-ከ-ም ----- መስከረም 0
m--ikere-i m_________ m-s-k-r-m- ---------- mesikeremi
October ጥ-ምቲ ጥ___ ጥ-ም- ---- ጥቕምቲ 0
t-----im--ī t_________ t-i-̱-i-i-ī ----------- t’iḵ’imitī
November ሕዳር ሕ__ ሕ-ር --- ሕዳር 0
ḥidari ḥ_____ h-i-a-i ------- ḥidari
December ታ--ስ ታ___ ታ-ሳ- ---- ታሕሳስ 0
ta---sa-i t_______ t-h-i-a-i --------- taḥisasi
These are also six months. እ-ኦም-----ዱ-- ---- --ን። እ______ ሽ___ ኣ___ እ___ እ-ኦ-‘-ን ሽ-ሽ- ኣ-ር- እ-ን- ---------------------- እዚኦም‘ውን ሽዱሽተ ኣዋርሕ እየን። 0
iz-’--i---n---h---sh--- aw-r-ḥ----e-i። i___________ s_________ a______ i_____ i-ī-o-i-w-n- s-i-u-h-t- a-a-i-̣- i-e-i- --------------------------------------- izī’omi‘wini shidushite awariḥi iyeni።
July, August, September, ሓም-፣-ነሓሰ፣-መስከ-ም፣ ሓ___ ነ___ መ_____ ሓ-ለ- ነ-ሰ- መ-ከ-ም- ---------------- ሓምለ፣ ነሓሰ፣ መስከረም፣ 0
ḥ-m---፣ -eḥase፣-me-i-e----፣ ḥ______ n______ m__________ h-a-i-e- n-h-a-e- m-s-k-r-m-፣ ----------------------------- ḥamile፣ neḥase፣ mesikeremi፣
October, November and December. ጥቕም-፣-ሕ----ታ-ሳ-ን ጥ____ ሕ___ ታ____ ጥ-ም-፣ ሕ-ር- ታ-ሳ-ን ---------------- ጥቕምቲ፣ ሕዳርን ታሕሳስን 0
t’ik---m-t-፣ --i---i-i---ḥisa--ni t__________ ḥ_______ t_________ t-i-̱-i-i-ī- h-i-a-i-i t-h-i-a-i-i ---------------------------------- t’iḵ’imitī፣ ḥidarini taḥisasini

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