From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. However, in the western dialects, the masculine forms those beginning with k- are used in all cases. Oromo has singular and plural number , but nouns that refer to multiple entities are not obligatorily plural. When the subject in such sentences needs to be given prominence for some reason, an independent pronoun can be used: ' nuti kaleessa dhufne ' ' we came yesterday'. A noun may also appear in one of six other grammatical cases , each indicated by a suffix or the lengthening of the noun's final vowel. Within Kenya there has been radio broadcasting in Oromo in the Borana dialect on the Voice of Kenya since at least the s. The gender of other inanimate nouns varies somewhat among dialects. Major Afroasiatic languages. It is retroflex in most dialects, though it is not strongly implosive and may reduce to a flap between vowels.
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