See also: afar, àfar, and afâr

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Afar

  1. A Cushitic language spoken in Ethiopia, Eritrea and Djibouti.
  2. A region of Ethiopia.

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Afar (plural Afars or Afar)

  1. A member of the people who speak this language and reside in these regions.
    • 1982, Africa:
      [...] ethnic groups, the Afars. The majority of the Somali-speaking Issas, the other main group, do support President Hassan Gouled and his RPP, though the Prime Minister, Barkat Gourad is an Afar himself.
    • 1995, Neil A. Hamilton, Founders of Modern Nations: A Biographical Dictionary:
      Shortly thereafter he broke with Aref and supported independence. Aref was an Afar, and Gouled came from the Issa ethnic group, which for years had been at odds with the Afars.

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Afar edition of Wiktionary

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Afar n

  1. Afar (language)

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Afar

  1. A member of the Afar people.
    Territoire français des Afars et des Issas.