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Ethiopian woman are known for their beauty. By and large the Ethiopian women are extremely good-looking. They have very beautiful eyes, nice skin tone and are very graceful. They are mellow, quiet and really shy. For most Ethiopian women, beautiful is not in the sense of features or whatever, but just how one takes care of the family. They hold in high esteem the role of "homemaker". They try to be like all the women of the world but always manage to add a local touch. They live in an environment where beautiful and elegant woman are part of everyday life.

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Over the years Ethiopian women have remained fairly traditional in outlook; they dress modestly. Most Ethiopian women don't feel comfortable being assertive towards their husbands lest they be seen as too provocative. Although younger women are more assertive, those in their twenties still "listen to their fathers".

Ethiopia, officially the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, is a country situated in the Horn of Africa (landlocked as of May 24, 1993). It is the third-most populous nation in Africa, bordered by Eritrea to the north, Djibouti to the northeast, Somalia to the southeast, Kenya to the south, and Sudan to the west. Ethiopia is the only country in Africa with an continuous sovereignty and is one of the oldest nations in the world. Recently regarded as "the cradle of mankind", Ethiopia is also the second-oldest official [citation needed] Christian nation in the world, after Armenia. It has long been an intersection between the civilizations of North Africa, the Middle East and the rest of Africa. Unique among African countries, Ethiopia was never colonised, maintaining its sovereignty throughout the Scramble for Africa.

Ethiopia's population is highly diverse. Most of its people speak a Semitic or Cushitic language. The Oromo, Amhara, and Tigrayans make up more than three-quarters of the population, but there are more than 80 different ethnic groups within Ethiopia. Some of these have as few as 10,000 members.

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Semitic-speaking Ethiopians and Eritreans collectively refer to themselves as Habesha or Abesha, though others reject these names on the basis that they refer only to certain ethnicities.[38] The Arabic form of this term (Al-Habesh) is the etymological basis of "Abyssinia," the former name of Ethiopia in English and other European languages.

According to the Ethiopian national census of 1994, the Oromo are the largest ethnic group in Ethiopia at 32.1%. The Amhara represent 30.2%, while the Tigray people are 6.2% of the population. Other ethnic groups are as follows: Somali 6.0%, Gurage 4.3%, Sidama 3.4%, Wolayta 2%, Afar 2%, Hadiya 2%, Gamo 1%.

The best known Ethiopian cuisine consists of various vegetable or meat side dishes and entrees, usually a wat or thick stew, served atop injera, a large sourdough flatbread. One does not eat with utensils, but instead uses injera to scoop up the entrees and side dishes. Traditional Ethiopian cuisine employs no pork or shellfish of any kind, as both Muslims and Ethiopian Orthodox Christians are prohibited from eating either. It is also very common to eat from the same big dish in the center of the table with a group of people.

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Traditional clothes in Ethiopia are made from traditional cloth called yahager lebs (clothes of the countryside), which is made of cotton woven together in long strips. These strips are then sewn together. Sometimes shiny threads are woven into the fabric for an elegant effect (see photo) . It takes about two to three weeks to make enough cloth for a dress. The bottom of the shirt may be ornated by patterns.

Men wear pants and a knee-long shirt with a white collar, and a sweater. Men as well as women wear shawls, the neTela (see photo). Women's dresses are called habesha qemis. The dresses are usually white with some color on the bottom. Bracelets and necklaces from silver and gold are worn on arms and feet to complete the look. These traditional clothes are still worn on a day-to-day-basis in the country-side. In cities and towns, western clothes are popular; however, on special occasions, such as New Year, Christmas or weddings, traditional clothes are worn by some.

Often, a woman will cover her head with a shash, a cloth that is tied at the neck. Shama and kuta, gauze-like white fabrics, are also often used.2 This is common among both Muslim and Christian women. Among the latter, elderly women will wear a shash on a day-to-day basis, while other women only wear a shash while attending church.

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Ethiopian cuisine consists of various vegetable or meat side dishes and entrees, often prepared as a wat or thick stew. One or more servings of wat are placed upon a piece of injera, a large sourdough flatbread, which is 50 cm (20 inches) in diameter and made out of fermented teff flour. One does not eat with utensils, but instead uses injera (always with the right hand) to scoop up the entrees and side dishes. Traditional Ethiopian food does not use any pork or seafood (aside from fish), as most Ethiopians have historically adhered to Islam, the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, or Judaism, all of which prohibit eating pork. Additionally, throughout a given year, Orthodox Christians observe numerous fasts (such as Lent), during which food is prepared without any meat or dairy products.

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Ethiopia's most popular sport is Athletics, in which they win many medals for in the Olympic Games. Soccer, despite lack of success by the national team, is loved by significanat part of the population.

The official language of Ethiopia is Amharic, a Semitic language which is spoken by about 27 million people (2.7 million expatriate). Amharic is written with the Ge'ez script, with derives its name from the ancient Semitic language of the same name. The Ge'ez language is extinct but is still in use by the Beta Israel Jewish community and the Ethiopian Orthodox Tewahedo Church. The second largest language in Ethiopia is the Oromo language, a Cushitic language spoken by about 30% of the population.

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