- Omar : Tribu des Medjourtines (Majerteen) . I wonder what that thing around the neck of the Dhulo guys and this MJ guy is? It could be something to ward off evil spirits that some nomadic communities use to use.
I guess he was traditional? People still wore that in the 60's?
You were learning somali?
More somalis should connect with their culture. I think his daughter wanted to follow in that direction.Hersi WAS traditional, but some people still wore it.
We were taught basic Maxa, but I was sent to a Maay/Boon-speaking area and never advanced. Wax yar weli aan garaanaya. (????)
More somalis should connect with their culture. I think his daughter wanted to follow in that direction.
There's only 1 somali language by the name of Somali. Af maay is a language of it's own. Nice you learnt some.
Haha yes that's right. Still got it.
How long were you in somalia?
Maa sacad muuse baad katahay habar awal ?Duaale abdi lookin mighty fine. Might want to track his ancestor down
I need me one of these men.
As expected the midgaans look manly. But poor things had it worse back then. I can see the pain in their eyes. Shoemakers & blacksmiths & the women naagaha xalaaleya
That's cool. Gabooye are probably related to isaaq. Ragan reer baadiyaha a iska iloow. No farah is more masculine than I. Thanks to synthetic hormones, my testosterone level is equivalent to the combined testosterone level of 5 men. My extremely masculine jawline and physique along with my facial aesthetics will make your jaw drop. My mother told me last week muse bixi is my uncle (reer samatar) and is a friend of my pop.Midgaan