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Mudug: The Problem with Somalia

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Re: Mudug: The Problem with Somalia

Postby Xamud. » Wed May 21, 2008 3:14 pm

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Do you mean Gibiley? I can honestly say that I have never heard of Geledi! And I like too think that I know every somali clan. Nevertheless! Digiley waan Maqlaay countless times! So is Leeysan Mirifle or Digiley? and do you speak Afmay may?

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Re: Mudug: The Problem with Somalia

Postby Shirib » Wed May 21, 2008 4:52 pm

Leysaan is Mirifle.

I don't know what Gibiley is, never heard of it.

Anyways Geledi is my clan, we live in Afgooye and Xamar, around that area.

Yes we speak af maay. Me personally I understand af maay, but when I speak it, its mediocre.

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Re: Mudug: The Problem with Somalia

Postby Xamud. » Sun May 25, 2008 6:13 am

I have family members who speak May may! its sounds abit like Urdu. 8)

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Re: Mudug: The Problem with Somalia

Postby ultratribalism » Sun May 25, 2008 7:49 am

Xamud. wrote:I have family members who speak May may! its sounds abit like Urdu. 8)



wht the fuzk.!
how come to understand urdu? :roll:

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Re: Mudug: The Problem with Somalia

Postby Shirib » Sun May 25, 2008 8:10 pm

Xamud. wrote:I have family members who speak May may! its sounds abit like Urdu. 8)


Well I never heard Urud so I don't know how it sounds.

R ur family members Digil y Mirifle or do they just speak Maay maay.

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Re: Mudug: The Problem with Somalia

Postby Xamud. » Thu May 29, 2008 10:53 am

Shirib wrote:
Xamud. wrote:I have family members who speak May may! its sounds abit like Urdu. 8)


Well I never heard Urud so I don't know how it sounds.

R ur family members Digil y Mirifle or do they just speak Maay maay.


No they just speak af may may! I dont am related too raxanweyn bloodwise but they do exist in my family.

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Re: Mudug: The Problem with Somalia

Postby Shirib » Mon Mar 09, 2009 1:33 pm

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