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DEROGATORY TERM
SMALLER GROUP
SIDAMO
SIDAMA
COFFEE
BORDERING KENYA
BESHAH
GALLA
PROVINCE
AROMA
CALLED
ROASTED
LANGUAGE
SIDAMO PROVINCE
GROWN
SIDAMO COFFEE
LEMON
BLUEBERRY
ADMINISTRATIVE REGION
HISTORY
DEROGATORY
SOUTHERN PROVINCE
ETHNIC GROUPS
OROMO
GROUP
PEOPLE
KAFFA
ETHIOPIA
ARSI
AWASSA
AWASA
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Definitions

  1. Sidamo is a local first language. (Web site)
  2. Sidamo is a growing region located in the south, the coffee plant varietal produced in this region is longberry.
  3. Sidamo is an Afro-Asiatic language, belonging to the Cushitic branch, part of the Highland East Cushitic group.
  4. The term "Sidamo" is used to one of the ethnic groups of those peoples. (Web site)
  5. Time and again the Sidama people have rejected the use of the derogatory term "Sidamo".

Smaller Group

  1. A third, smaller group, the Boran in Sidamo, were driven into the arms of the Dergue by opposition to Somali expansion.

Sidamo

  1. Lexical similarity 95% with Timbaro dialect, 81% with Allaaba, 62% with Sidamo, 57% with Libido, 56% with Hadiyya.
  2. There are also Muslims in other important ethnic categories, e.g., the Sidamo speakers and the Gurage. (Web site)
  3. Firstly, the type of the Harar and the Sidamo; secondly, the similarity of sounds in the languages of these groups; and thirdly, the level of culture.
  4. Some authors write of one Sidamo language, treating local differences as dialects, while other writers treat them as several closely-related languages. (Web site)
  5. It is spoken in the South Ethiopian Provinces of Gamu Gofa and Sidamo along the banks of the river Ometo. (Web site)

Sidama

  1. The Sidama people never called themselves “Sidamo”, the Wolatyita people never called themselves “Sidamo”. (Web site)
  2. For further information on the distinction between Sidama and Sidamo, see J.S. Trirmingham's Islam in Ethiopia pp. (Web site)
  3. Up to now the Sidama people have been opposing the use of this degrading and insulting term “Sidamo” on individual basis. (Web site)

Coffee

  1. It features a fleeting, floral aroma with a bright yet soft finish and, like the best Sidamo coffees, a wonderful hint of lemon.
  2. The fact is, wet-processed Sidamo is a pain, and simply confuses people used to the dry-processed Sidamo (totally different in the cup) and the Yirgs.
  3. The most famous of these coffees is Sidamo, which has an unparalleled fruity aroma, light and elegant body, and an almost menthol taste. (Web site)
  4. Last year the Ethiopian government filed applications to trademark its most famous coffee names, Sidamo, Harar and Yirgacheffe.
  5. Sidamo washed coffee, known for its balanced taste and good flavor, is called sweet coffee. (Web site)

Bordering Kenya

  1. There are strong blueberry aromas in the Yirgacheffe and lesser in the Sidamo.
  2. Starbucks' concern about Ethiopia monopolising the brands is already non-existent, at least in the US, as Sidamo is not a registered mark. (Web site)
  3. The Sidamo region is the southern most producing region bordering Kenya, where the great lift system lifts the north eastern plateau above 500O ft.
  4. Starbucks, for instance, could still sell Shirkina Sun-Dried Sidamo, as long as its beans came from the region. (Web site)
  5. Sidamo is Ethiopia's southernmost province bordering on Kenya.

Beshah

  1. They make up a large proportion of the population of llubbabor, Arsi, Baale, Shawa, Hararge, Wallo, Wallagga, Sidamo and Kafa. (Web site)
  2. The best brewing method for Ethiopia Sidamo is the vacuum brewer. (Web site)
  3. The region of Gamu-Gofa and parts of the Sidamo and Arusi regions contain considerable animist elements. (Web site)
  4. It is worthy of note that the Galla call all Abyssinians "Sidamo," not seeing the differences between the two nations. (Web site)
  5. This province was named after an ethnic group native to Ethiopia, called the Sidamo, or Sidama, who are located in the southwestern part of that country. (Web site)

Galla

  1. It is worthy of note that the Galla call all Abyssinians "Sidamo," not seeing the differences between the two nations. (Web site)
  2. Oromos were called with another derogatory name called “Galla” which in fact preceded “Sidamo” and “Wolamo” misnomers. (Web site)

Province

  1. In 1907, he was appointed governor over part of the province of Sidamo. (Web site)
  2. It includes the former Arsi Province along with portions of the former Bale, Hararghe, Illubabor, Kaffa, Shewa, Sidamo, and Welega provinces. (Web site)
  3. With the adoption of the constitution in 1995, Sidamo was divided amongst the Southern Peoples and Oromia regions of Ethiopia. (Web site)
  4. Nel suo territorio -- compresa l'ex provincia di Arse e parti del territorio delle ex province di Bale, Hararghe, Ilubabor, Caffa, Scioa, Sidamo e Welega. (Web site)
  5. Coffee, still accounting for about 70 per cent of exports, is mainly produced in Wollega, Kaffa, Illubabor, Gamo Gofa, Sidamo and Harerge.

Aroma

  1. It features a fleeting, floral aroma with a bright yet soft finish and, like the best Sidamo coffees, a wonderful hint of lemon.
  2. The most famous of these coffees is Sidamo, which has an unparalleled fruity aroma, light and elegant body, and an almost menthol taste. (Web site)

Called

  1. This province was named after an ethnic group native to Ethiopia, called the Sidamo, or Sidama, who are located in the southwestern part of that country. (Web site)
  2. They make up a large proportion of the population of llubbabor, Arsi, Baale, Shawa, Hararge, Wallo, Wallagga, Sidamo and Kafa. (Web site)
  3. Sidamo vocabulary has been influenced by Ge'ez and Amharic, and has in turn influenced Oromo vocabulary.
  4. If history has to be mentioned, all the present day Wellega, Shoa, Illubabor, GamoGofa, Sidamo were sparcely populated by an old Amhara tribes.
  5. Thus the term -Sidamo- was first coined by Beshah Aboye and his soldiers in 1891.

Roasted

  1. In the U.S., however, that same pound of coffee commands a much higher price: $26 for a bag of Starbucks' roasted Shirkina Sun-Dried Sidamo.
  2. There have never been any people called "Sidamo" down to our times.
  3. The evidence for this is the use of Ethiopian “Sidamo” coffee to refer to the Ethiopian Sidama coffee. (Web site)
  4. Starting sometime soon Sidamo will offer bags of their own freshly roasted coffee beans for sale at the counter. (Web site)

Language

  1. See also: Sidamo language The Sidamo languages are part of the Afro-Asiatic languages, belonging to the Cushitic sub-phylum. (Web site)
  2. Last check: 2007-11-02) Sidamo is a language of the Highland East Cushitic Group spoken by the Sadamain. (Web site)
  3. The term Sidamo has also been used by some authors to refer to larger groupings of East Cushitic and even Omotic languages.
  4. The Sidamo languages are part of the Afro-Asiatic languages, belonging to the Cushitic sub-phylum. (Web site)

Sidamo Province

  1. It is a single origin coffee grown exclusively in the Sidamo Province of Ethiopia. (Web site)
  2. In 1907, he was appointed governor over part of the province of Sidamo. (Web site)
  3. Doig's Ethiopian Cancellations 1895-1936 SIDAMO (a province) - Post office reported but not confirmed. (Web site)
  4. Ethiopia States ~1978: Capital of Ilubabor province moved from Gore to Metu; capital of Sidamo province moved from Yirgalem to Awasa. (Web site)
  5. The best brewing method for Ethiopia Sidamo is the vacuum brewer. (Web site)

Grown

  1. Grown in the Sidamo state, from the small area near Lake Abaya.
  2. Like many our other Ehiopian coffees, the Sidamo is grown in natural high-altitude conditions, is handpicked and wet processed.

Sidamo Coffee

  1. Ethiopia Sidamo is a type of Arabica coffee.
  2. From the birthplace of coffee, Sidamo is highly prized by coffee buyers from around the world.
  3. There are also Muslims in other important ethnic categories, e.g., the Sidamo speakers and the Gurage. (Web site)
  4. Our Sidamo has all of the sparkle of a great African coffee and is absolutely clean and smooth.
  5. Sidamo coffee is appreciated for it's rounded, balanced cup with moderate acidity and decent body.

Lemon

  1. The key flavor to set off Ethiopia Sidamo's charm is lemon - lemon poppyseed muffins, lemon blueberry biscotti and lemon bars.
  2. The key flavour to set off Ethiopia Sidamo's charm is lemon - skinny lemon muffin, blueberry muffin--- any of these will delight your taste buds.

Blueberry

  1. The key flavor to set off Ethiopia Sidamo's charm is lemon - lemon poppyseed muffins, lemon blueberry biscotti and lemon bars.
  2. The key flavour to set off Ethiopia Sidamo's charm is lemon - skinny lemon muffin, blueberry muffin--- any of these will delight your taste buds.

Administrative Region

  1. That region was reduced to "Sidamo" administrative region by the socialist government by removing Wolayita from it in early 1980s. (Web site)
  2. Therefore, the use of the term “Sidamo” ended in 1993 with the dissolution of the “Sidamo” administrative region the same year. (Web site)
  3. In 1993 EPRDF dissolved the "Sidamo" administrative region and created SNNPR. There were no people who were called Sidamo then or now. (Web site)

History

  1. If history has to be mentioned, all the present day Wellega, Shoa, Illubabor, GamoGofa, Sidamo were sparcely populated by an old Amhara tribes.

Derogatory

  1. These forced and criminal changes occurred like the change of the national name Sidama to derogatory "Sidamo". (Web site)

Southern Province

  1. The revolution began with a mutiny of the Territorial Army's Fourth Brigade at Negele in the southern province of Sidamo on January 12, 1974.

Oromo

  1. Islam was quickly adopted by the Somalis, the Afar, the Sidamo and many Oromo -- ethnic groups that are to this day predominantly Muslim. (Web site)

Group

  1. History: They belong to a group of culturally distinct people known as the Sidamo. (Web site)

People

  1. History The source of the Shebelle River is venerated by both the Arsi Oromo and the Sidamo people.
  2. When Beshah Aboye arrived back in Finfinne, he reported to Menelik that he encountered some people called "Sidamo" who repulsed his army. (Web site)

Ethiopia

  1. Group, or individual, deprivation is an explanation of spirit possession given by John Hamer between the Sidamo of Ethiopia.

Arsi

  1. Its chief weakness remained its inability to mobilize and coordinate the activities of its eastern wing in Harerge, Bale, Sidamo, and Arsi. (Web site)
  2. The old provinces of Shawa and Arsi should be totally within Oromia, and also at least parts of Sidamo. (Web site)
  3. They make up a large proportion of the population of llubbabor, Arsi, Baale, Shawa, Hararge, Wallo, Wallagga, Sidamo and Kafa.

Awassa

  1. Awassa was capital of the former Sidamo Province until the province was abolished with the adoption of the 1995 Constitution.

Awasa

  1. Awasa, capital of Sidamo, had a lakeshore site and convenient location on the Addis Ababa-Nairobi highway. (Web site)

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