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Categories: Semitic linguistics, Verb–subject–object languages, Articles with short description, Languages extinct in the 1st millennium, Extinct languages of Africa
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Ge'ez  Geez  Geʽez  Ethiopic script  Ge'ez alphabet
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A Semitic language of ancient Ethiopia, now used only as the liturgical language of the Ethiopian Church. Open English WordNet
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A Semitic language of ancient Ethiopia, now used only as the liturgical language of the Ethiopian Church. Open English WordNet
Geʽez is an ancient South Semitic language. Wikipedia
A Semitic language native to Eritrea and Ethiopia Wikipedia Disambiguation
Ancient Semitic language of Ethiopia Wikidata
An abugida script which was originally developed to write Ge'ez, a Semitic language. OmegaWiki
An extinct language of Ethiopia and Eritrea OmegaWiki
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Some linguists do not believe that Geʻez constitutes the common ancestor of modern Ethiopian languages, but that Geʻez became a separate language early on from some hypothetical, completely unattested language, and can thus be seen as an extinct sister language of Tigre and Tigrinya. Open English WordNet