Oromo is an East Cushitic language of the Afro-Asiatic language family. The fourth most widely spoken language of Africa (after Arabic, Hausa, and Swahili), Oromo is one of the major languages of Africa. Together with Amharic, it is the most important language of Ethiopia, where it is a national language and lingua franca. Over 40% of the population of Ethiopia claim Oromo descent, making them the largest ethnic group in the country. Oromo is spoken over a geographically wide expanse that includes Ethiopia, Kenya, and parts of Somalia and Egypt. As a result, a considerable number of dialects exist.Prior to 1974, Oromo was widely known as ‘Galla’. However, following the Ethiopian Revolution in 1974, the use of this name has fallen into disfavor and has come to be considered derogatory. Other names of the language include: Afaan Oromo, Oromiffa, and Oromoo.
Main dialects : Macha; Borana, Harar, Wellegga, Tulama, Wollo; Raya, Arsi, Gujji,Boran, Orma, Munyo, Waata.
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