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Hèrè in Bambara
"Hèrè" (peace), "Hɛrɛ", "Errébé"."Hèrè dogon" (peace only) in Bambara (bam) or Bamanankan spoken in a Mande language spoken in Mali, Burkina Faso and Côte d'Ivoire, Senegal, Gambia, Guinea, Sierra Leone and Ghana.
Kuc in Lango (Uganda, Sudan).
"Ayom" (soft, peaceful), "Morembe Ayom" (good greeting), "Buti Ayom" (sleep softly, well), "Kuc" (peace), "Kuch" (to be quiet, to be at peace), "Kweo" (to make cool, to pacify) in Lango, a Southern Luo dialect spoken by the Lango people of Uganda and the Sudan.
Nabáda in Somali (Somalia, Djibouti, Ethiopia)
"Nabáda" (peace), "Nabad" (peace), “Ma nahad baa” (is there peace), “Nabadda maanka” (peace of mind) in Somali spoken in Somalia, Djibouti, Ethiopia. Somali is the official language of Somalia. It is spoken by the Somali people, the largest ethnic group living in the country. The Somali language is an Afro-Asiatic language that belongs to the Cushitic branch of languages. The Saho and the Afar languages are its closest relatives. As of 2006, Somalia houses about 8.3 million of the 16.6 million speakers of Somali. A common northern greeting is ‘Ma nahad baa’ (Is there peace).
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