Magacyada jirka aadannaha.
Here today I will show you the organs of human body and the names they have in Somali language.
The Somali language has a unique history of varied linguistic influences, including Arabic, English and Italian. A great deal has been documented about the Somali language, and records of the Somali language date to before 1900, making it one of the best-documented Afro-Asiatic languages.
Somali belongs to the East Cushitic branch, and it is most closely related to the Afar and Oromo languages. The Somali language is one of the most widely spoken of the Cushitic languages.
in Somali language, the words of basic life are completely pure Somali words, came from the interaction inside Somali people, not influenced. Somalia has been considered as the nation of poetry since centuries and rich in words. This helps Somalis not to lose their language.
The terminologies of human body in Somali language came from scientifically analysed words, most of them have been used in daily life, while others are scientifically given.