a former kingdom in E Africa: now a province in NW Ethiopia.
a member of an agricultural, Amharic-speaking Christian people of central Ethiopia descended from Semites who began conquering the land in the sixth century b.c.
Tigre and Amhara constitute one kingdom, and Shoa another; they are all divided into a great number of smaller provinces.
Alden’s Handy Atlas of the World John B. Alden
He now became sovereign of Tigre and Amhara, the principal provinces of Abyssinia.
Our Soldiers W.H.G. Kingston
a region of NW Ethiopia: formerly a kingdom
an inhabitant of the former kingdom of Amhara
the Semitic language that is the official language of Ethiopia. of or relating to this language or its speakers. Historical Examples The Amharic language, soft and musical in itself, derived new melody from the lips of Mr. M——. Love After Marriage; and Other Stories of the Heart Caroline Lee Hentz I went up to him, […]
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