Oromoo Booranaa

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Oromoo Booranaa, Booraanis ni jedhama, ummata Oromoo kan horsiisee buluun jiraatuu yoo ta'u Kibba Oromiyaa fi Kaaba Keeniyaa keessa jiraatu. Boranni qoqqooddama Oromoo keessaa isa tokko yoo ta'u kan biraan Oromoo Baarentuu ti.

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Waa'ee BooranaaEdit

Oromoon kaaba Keeniyaa jiraatann kan isaan achi seenan kibba Itoophiyaa irraa ka'anii yoo ta'u kunis jaarraa 10ffaa keessa yeroo baballina Oromootti ture. Achii booda Oromoon gosa loon horsiisu fi gaala horsiisutti addaan qoqqooddame; gosti kunis Gabraa, Sakuyyee, fi Rendille.

Booranni afaan Booranaa dubbata, kunis Afaan Oromoo kibbaa jalatti ramadama. Afaan Oromoo afaan Kuush damee Afiroo-Eshiyaatiik jalatti ramadama. Walumaagalatti, baayinni ummata Boorana naannoo miliyoona 7 ta'a.

 
Borana man voting at a polling station in Marsabit, Kenya.

Dhaha Baraa(Calendar)Edit

Oroomoon Boornaa dhahaa mataa isaani naannoo DHKD 300 akka ummatan yaaddama.

It is believed that the Borana developed their own calendar around 300 BC. The Borana calendar is a lunar-stellar calendrical system, relying on astronomical observations of the moon in conjunction with seven particular stars or constellations. Borana Months (Stars/Lunar Phases) are Bittottessa (iangulum), Camsa (Pleiades), Bufa (Aldebarran), Waxabajjii (Belletrix), Obora Gudda (Central Orion-Saiph), Obora Dikka (Sirius), Birra (full moon), Cikawa (gibbous moon), Sadasaa (quarter moon), Abrasa (large crescent), Ammaji (medium crescent), and Gurrandala (small crescent).[1]

QoqqooddamaEdit

Booranni akka kanatti addaan qoodama:

Kanas IlaaliEdit

WabiiEdit

Dabalata DubbisuufEdit

  • Asmerom Legesse, Gada
  • Beckingham and G.W.B. Huntingford, Some records of Ethiopia Hakluyt Society, 1954
  • Bassi Marco, Decisions in the Shade. Political and juridical processes among the Oromo-Borana Red Sea Press, 2005
  • Clifford H F Plowman CMG OBE, Notes On The Gedamoch Ceremonies Among The Boran, (Journal of the Royal African Society, Vol. 18, No. 70 (Jan., 1919), pp. 114-121 )
  1. Lawrence R. Doyle, The Borana Calendar REINTERPRETED