ሀሁ - Amharic Alphabets
The Ethiopian alphabet (Ge'ez) is one of the oldest used in the world.
This alphabet is used by many of the 85 Ethiopian languages including Guragigna and Tigrigna.
Each letter/character is phonetic meaning it represents a sound.
The Amharic letters are usually portrayed in a grid format with 7 vowels (e, u, ee, a, ae, i, o) going across horizontally and the consonants vertically.
Tap letter to hear pronunciation.