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Extreme sociability and curiosity are their national characteristics.
love dancing, singing and do some writing - for example, the verses.
The traditional dress of the Christian highland peasantry has traditionally been of white cotton cloth.
Since the time of Emperor Tewodros 11 (mid-1800s), men have worn long, jodhpur-like trousers, a tight-fitting shirt and a shamma (loose wrap).
The Muslims of Harar, by contrast, wear very colourful dress, the men in shortish trousers and a coloured wrap and the women in fine dresses of red, purple and black.
While she is married, all financial matters are remained for a man.
The most southerly of the Semitic speakers, the Gurage, are also farmers and herders, but many are also craftsmen.
The Gurage grow enset, 'false banana', whose root, stem and leaf stalks provide a carbohydrate which, after lengthy preparation, can be made into porridge or unleavened bread.
Other main languages are Tigrigna, Guraginya, Adarinya, Afan Oromo, Somalinya, Sidaminya, Afarinya, Gumuz, Berta and Anuak.
The Tigrigna- and Amharic-speaking people of the north and centre of the country are mainly agriculturalists, tilling the soil with ox-drawn ploughs and growing teff (a local millet), wheat, barley, maize and sorghum.This is indicative of some infringement of Irish women, which limits not only their freedom, but also puts a few steps below the men, even if the females take a higher position in society than their husbands and get a bigger salary.Ethiopia is truly a Land of discovery - brilliant and beautiful, secretive, mysterious and extraordinary.A distinctive style of dress is found among the Oromo horsemen of the central highlands, who, on ceremonial days such as Maskal, attire themselves in lions' manes or baboon-skin headdresses and, carrying hippo-hide spears and shields, ride down to the main city squares to participate in the parades.