IS MARAQ ARABIC⁉️⁉️⁉️

But in Northern dialects there is so much loan words. There is no problem with wanting to get rid of the unnecessary loan words. Words that there are somali counterparts
It's best to use native words over loanwords. With that said, I don't see the loanwords exceeding anything beyond normalcy.
 

piracy

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Canjeelo are you hooyo maatalo :mjkkk:

i say canjeero maybe it’s because my family moved around but we are from mudug too:wow1:

my family were all over the place even tho they are from galkyo :mjlaugh:
my mum's side is from Butinle Nugaal and My dad's from Galkacyo. My mums side says Canjeelo.

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I thought maraq was somali but yemeni Arabs use it to. Where did it originate from? Did we never use to have Maraq before Arab contact? or did they take this word from us? I thought since somalis huge thing with meat I thought it was ethnic somali word
Maraq is universal, I think most cultures have it. It’s just mainly bone broth but we may have just borrowed the word or we maybe we just share it because our language and Arabic both fall under Afroasiatic.
 

piracy

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Maraq is universal, I think most cultures have it. It’s just mainly bone broth but we may have just borrowed the word or we maybe we just share it because our language and Arabic both fall under Afroasiatic.
yes but it is not all Arabic dialects. Most dialects use another word. Only Yemenis use Maraq. also other gulf Arabs do no use the word maraq
 

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