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en Days of the week   »   ti መዓልታት ሰሙን

9 [nine]

Days of the week

Days of the week

9 [ትሽዓተ]

9 [tishi‘ate]

መዓልታት ሰሙን

[me‘alitati semuni]

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Monday እ--ሰ-ይ እ_ ሰ__ እ- ሰ-ይ ------ እቲ ሰኑይ 0
itī-sen--i i__ s_____ i-ī s-n-y- ---------- itī senuyi
Tuesday እቲ ሰሉስ እ_ ሰ__ እ- ሰ-ስ ------ እቲ ሰሉስ 0
itī selusi i__ s_____ i-ī s-l-s- ---------- itī selusi
Wednesday እቲ --ዕ እ_ ረ__ እ- ረ-ዕ ------ እቲ ረቡዕ 0
i---reb-‘i i__ r_____ i-ī r-b-‘- ---------- itī rebu‘i
Thursday እ--ሓሙስ እ_ ሓ__ እ- ሓ-ስ ------ እቲ ሓሙስ 0
i-ī-------i i__ ḥ_____ i-ī h-a-u-i ----------- itī ḥamusi
Friday እ----ቢ እ_ ዓ__ እ- ዓ-ቢ ------ እቲ ዓርቢ 0
it----ribī i__ ‘_____ i-ī ‘-r-b- ---------- itī ‘aribī
Saturday እቲ --ም እ_ ቀ__ እ- ቀ-ም ------ እቲ ቀዳም 0
i-ī--’e-a-i i__ k______ i-ī k-e-a-i ----------- itī k’edami
Sunday እ--ሰ-በት እ_ ሰ___ እ- ሰ-በ- ------- እቲ ሰንበት 0
it- se----ti i__ s_______ i-ī s-n-b-t- ------------ itī senibeti
the week እ- -ሙን እ_ ሰ__ እ- ሰ-ን ------ እታ ሰሙን 0
i-a-semu-i i__ s_____ i-a s-m-n- ---------- ita semuni
from Monday to Sunday ካ- ሰኑ- --ብ -ን-ት ካ_ ሰ__ ክ__ ሰ___ ካ- ሰ-ይ ክ-ብ ሰ-በ- --------------- ካብ ሰኑይ ክሳብ ሰንበት 0
ka-- --nuy- k--ab-----ibe-i k___ s_____ k_____ s_______ k-b- s-n-y- k-s-b- s-n-b-t- --------------------------- kabi senuyi kisabi senibeti
The first day is Monday. እ----ማ--መዓ------ --። እ_ ቀ___ መ___ ሰ__ እ__ እ- ቀ-ማ- መ-ል- ሰ-ይ እ-። -------------------- እቲ ቀዳማይ መዓልቲ ሰኑይ እዩ። 0
i-- -’--amayi -e‘ali-- ----yi --u። i__ k________ m_______ s_____ i___ i-ī k-e-a-a-i m-‘-l-t- s-n-y- i-u- ---------------------------------- itī k’edamayi me‘alitī senuyi iyu።
The second day is Tuesday. እቲ-ካልኣይ መዓ-ቲ-ሰ---እዩ። እ_ ካ___ መ___ ሰ__ እ__ እ- ካ-ኣ- መ-ል- ሰ-ስ እ-። -------------------- እቲ ካልኣይ መዓልቲ ሰሉስ እዩ። 0
it---ali’--i -e‘--i------us- i-u። i__ k_______ m_______ s_____ i___ i-ī k-l-’-y- m-‘-l-t- s-l-s- i-u- --------------------------------- itī kali’ayi me‘alitī selusi iyu።
The third day is Wednesday. እ- -ል---መ-ልቲ ረቡ----። እ_ ሳ___ መ___ ረ__ እ__ እ- ሳ-ሳ- መ-ል- ረ-ዕ እ-። -------------------- እቲ ሳልሳይ መዓልቲ ረቡዕ እዩ። 0
itī ---i---i m-‘-l--ī reb----iyu። i__ s_______ m_______ r_____ i___ i-ī s-l-s-y- m-‘-l-t- r-b-‘- i-u- --------------------------------- itī salisayi me‘alitī rebu‘i iyu።
The fourth day is Thursday. እቲ--ብዓይ-መ--ቲ -ሙ----። እ_ ራ___ መ___ ሓ__ እ__ እ- ራ-ዓ- መ-ል- ሓ-ስ እ-። -------------------- እቲ ራብዓይ መዓልቲ ሓሙስ እዩ። 0
i-ī--a-i--y- -e‘a---ī ---m--i--yu። i__ r_______ m_______ ḥ_____ i___ i-ī r-b-‘-y- m-‘-l-t- h-a-u-i i-u- ---------------------------------- itī rabi‘ayi me‘alitī ḥamusi iyu።
The fifth day is Friday. እ- ---- --ል---ርቢ -ዩ። እ_ ሓ___ መ___ ዓ__ እ__ እ- ሓ-ሻ- መ-ል- ዓ-ቢ እ-። -------------------- እቲ ሓምሻይ መዓልቲ ዓርቢ እዩ። 0
i-ī--̣ami---yi---‘al-t-----i-ī-i-u። i__ ḥ________ m_______ ‘_____ i___ i-ī h-a-i-h-y- m-‘-l-t- ‘-r-b- i-u- ----------------------------------- itī ḥamishayi me‘alitī ‘aribī iyu።
The sixth day is Saturday. እ--ሻዱሻ- መዓልቲ ----እ-። እ_ ሻ___ መ___ ቀ__ እ__ እ- ሻ-ሻ- መ-ል- ቀ-ም እ-። -------------------- እቲ ሻዱሻይ መዓልቲ ቀዳም እዩ። 0
i-ī-s-a-u--a-i-m-‘a-it- -’-d--i--y-። i__ s_________ m_______ k______ i___ i-ī s-a-u-h-y- m-‘-l-t- k-e-a-i i-u- ------------------------------------ itī shadushayi me‘alitī k’edami iyu።
The seventh day is Sunday. እቲ----ይ -ዓል---ንበት-እዩ። እ_ ሻ___ መ___ ሰ___ እ__ እ- ሻ-ዓ- መ-ል- ሰ-በ- እ-። --------------------- እቲ ሻብዓይ መዓልቲ ሰንበት እዩ። 0
itī-shab--a-i--e‘-l----s--i--------። i__ s________ m_______ s_______ i___ i-ī s-a-i-a-i m-‘-l-t- s-n-b-t- i-u- ------------------------------------ itī shabi‘ayi me‘alitī senibeti iyu።
The week has seven days. እ- --ን--ው-ተ መዓ---ት-ኣ-ዎ። እ_ ሰ__ ሸ___ መ_____ ኣ___ እ- ሰ-ን ሸ-ዓ- መ-ል-ታ- ኣ-ዎ- ----------------------- እቲ ሰሙን ሸውዓተ መዓልትታት ኣለዎ። 0
it---emuni----wi-ate-m---li-i-----a-ewo። i__ s_____ s________ m___________ a_____ i-ī s-m-n- s-e-i-a-e m-‘-l-t-t-t- a-e-o- ---------------------------------------- itī semuni shewi‘ate me‘alititati alewo።
We only work for five days. ንሕ- ሓ-ሽ- መዓልታ- ኢና ---ሕ። ን__ ሓ___ መ____ ኢ_ ን____ ን-ና ሓ-ሽ- መ-ል-ት ኢ- ን-ር-። ----------------------- ንሕና ሓሙሽተ መዓልታት ኢና ንሰርሕ። 0
niḥina h--m----t- -e‘-lita-- --a -ise--ḥ-። n_____ ḥ________ m_________ ī__ n________ n-h-i-a h-a-u-h-t- m-‘-l-t-t- ī-a n-s-r-h-i- -------------------------------------------- niḥina ḥamushite me‘alitati īna niseriḥi።

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