Yeap, true, it means "branch". The clit is also an anatomical branch.Laan also means a tree branch in every Somali dialect. Besides the only people who synonymous it with the clit are the Banadiri whose understanding of Somali God already cursed.
Still the point counts. Laangaabnimo is perpetuated by the weak and half-ass ways the insecure conduct haybsasho. Either cease indulging in it or indulge in it like men with kins.
I might have misunderstood you.You misunderstand me. I do not believe in quantity and pedigree based on it but I do believe in self-pride. I find that one perpetuates the realities of social conditioning in Somali culture as belonging to a "smaller clan" when you give in to the expectations deemed from you as from that background.
You have kin, we all do. If you will engage in haybsasho, act like it.
Then I met a few Eelay people. They just say they're Eelaay. I've heard of Mirifle but I always thought they were a separate tribe.Eelaay is a subclan of Mirifle.Waryaa, are Digil & Mirif close to Eelay? Because Eelay speak their own language too. & How come I never met a Digil or Mirif person? Are they outnumbered? My mom understands and speaks some Maay Maay. We have a large population of Bantus in Ohio.
I bet you've met some, you just don't know it. Met any folks who say they're Rahanweyn?
Anything's possible.I lived in Diinsoor the beginning of the civil-war for few years & I might know your family!
They're from Diinsoor, mainly. That's about as much I know.
What?I feel sorry for people who do not come from major sub-clans. Look how hard it is to ask each other who are you. Laangaabnimo has become a detrimental aspect of Somali culture because of the fear perpetuated by the timidness we see here. They can 't even ask each other normally what are you taking thereby power away from the whole notion of "haybsasho".
Haye who married a Hadam person?shrib wa rageedi. i would love to learn all somali dialogs such rahaweyn, barawani and even southern one, the one waryaa learned.lol
shrib, i told you were have now hadama (spelling?) in laws!
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