Top 10 similar words or synonyms for mangasha

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mangesha    0.806393

Top 30 analogous words or synonyms for mangasha

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Araya Selassie Yohannes Familial rivalry between the two lines of descent from Emperor Yohannes IV proved to be a difficult issue for Emperor Menelik II and his successors. Tigray Province was divided between "Ras" Gugsa Araya Selassie, the son of "Ras" Araya Selassie Yohannes, and "Ras" Seyum Mangasha, the son of "Ras" Mangasha Yohannes. Gugsa Araya Selassie ruled the eastern half of Tigray and Seyum Mangasha ruled the western half.
Mengesha Seyoum "Le'ul Dejazmach" Mangasha Seyum was born in 1927 in Dengolat, a village in Enderta district, part of Tigray province of Ethiopia. He is the son of "Ras" Seyum Mangasha, the grandson of "Ras" Mangasha Yohannes, and the great grandson of Emperor Johannes IV. Yohannes IV was the only Emperor of the Tigrayan cadet branch of the Solomonic dynasty (being descended in female lines from Emperors Yohannes I and Eyasu I). Emperor Menelik II of Shoa came to power after the Battle of Metemma when Yohannes IV was killed and the male line of the Solomonic Dynasty was re-established on the Imperial throne. Mangasha Seyum is the heir to the Tigrean royal line and a rival to the Shoan emperor. "Ras" Mangasha Seyum's grandfather, Mangasha Yohannes was raised as the nephew of Yohannes IV. However Yohannes IV announced on his deathbed that Mangasha was his "natural" son and designated heir. It is still disputed among Tigrean royal descendants whether Mangasha Yohannes was indeed an actual son of Yohannes IV, or a nephew that Yohannes adopted on his deathbed in order to name him as his successor as his legitimate son Ras Araya Selassie Yohannes had died previously. There was a long-standing rivalry between the descendants of "Ras" Araya Selassie and "Ras" Mangasha Yohannes over the rule of Tigray and precedence. Her mother was Princess Adada (second wife of his father).
Aida Desta Princess Aida Desta (8 April 1927 – 15 January 2013) (Baptismal name Bisrate Gabriel), was the eldest granddaughter of Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia, daughter of "Ras" Desta Damtew and Princess Tenagnework. She was the wife of "Leul Ras" Mangasha Seyum, Prince of Tigray, son of Seyum Mangasha, and great-grandson of Emperor Yohannes IV. Her godmother was Empress Zewditu of Ethiopia.
Haile Selassie Gugsa In 1947, eastern Tigray was incorporated into western Tigray and was governed by "Ras" Seyum Mangasha as hereditary prince of all Tigray. "Dejazmach" Haile Selassie Gugsa and his side of the family of Emperor Yohannes IV fell from grace. They no longer enjoy favor either from the Emperor in Addis Ababa or from "Ras" Seyum Mangasha in Tigray.
Aberra Kassa During the Second Italo-Ethiopian War, Aberra Kassa fought for his father. At the Second Battle of Tembien, the armies of his father and Seyum Mangasha were defeated in battle and bombed out of existence as they withdrew.
Asfawossen Kassa During the Second Italo-Ethiopian War, Asfawossen Kassa fought for his father. At the Second Battle of Tembien, the armies of his father and "Ras" Seyum Mangasha were defeated in battle and bombed out of existence as they withdrew.
Medferiashwork Abebe Her father was "Dejazmach" and Major-General Abebe Damtew, so she was a niece of "Ras" Desta Damtew who was the first husband of her sister-in-law, Princess Tenagnework. She was thus a member of the aristocratic Adisge clan. Her mother was "Woizero" Wosenyelesh Mangasha, who in turn was daughter of "Ras Bitwodad" Mangasha Atikam of Damot and Agawmeder, Viceroy of Gojjam, who was a major figure during the reign of Emperor Menelik II, by his second wife Sifrash Bizu Yifru. Medferiashwork was thus a member of two of Ethiopia's most influential noble families. Empress Medferiashwork was the daughter-in-law of Emperor Haile Selassie.
Seyoum Mengesha "Leul" "Leul Ras" (Prince Ras) Seyoum Mengesha was born on June 24, 1886 (1879 EC) in the town of agawmedir (Zimbriee), in the province of Godjam to his mother "Woizero" Kafay, daughter of "Ras" Wale Betul Abba Tattan, Viceroy of Tigray. His father "Ras" Mangasha Yohannes the son of Emperor Yohannes IV of Ethiopia, from the royal house of Tigray. It is known that in his teenage years (1902-1910), "Leul Ras" Seyoum moved with his family from Godjam to Tigray. (GebreSellasie 2000). His father, Ras Mangasha Yohannes was the "natural" son and heir of Emperor Johannes IV. Because of his descent, "Leul Ras" Seyoum Mangasha was a rival to Emperor Menelik II, who had risen from rule of Shewa Province to become the Emperor upon Yohannes' death.
Tewodros I Tewodros I (Ge'ez ቴዎድሮስ "tēwōdrōs" "Theodore," throne name Walda Ambasa ወልደ አምበሳ "son of the lion" ) was Emperor ("nəgusä nägäst]]") (1413–1414) of the Ethiopian Empire, and a member of the Solomonic dynasty. He was the son of Dawit I by Queen Seyon Mangasha.
Araya Selassie Yohannes In 1947, after the death of Gugsa Araya Selassie, eastern Tigray Province was incorporated back into western Tigray. All of Tigray Province was then governed by "Ras" Seyum Mangasha. This was done rather than have any part of Tigray be ruled by the dishonored "Ras" Haile Selassie Gugsa, the grandson of Araya Selassie Yohannes who openly supported the Italians during the invasion and occupation.