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Negus is a title in the Eritrean and northern Ethiopia Semitic languages. It denotes a monarch, such as the Bahri Negasi of the Medri Bahri kingdom in pre-1890 Eritrea, and the negus in pre-1974 Ethiopia. The negus is referred to as An-Najashi in the Islamic traditionWhat is the meaning of Negus in Ethiopian?
Negus. For other uses, see Negus (disambiguation). Negus ( Ge'ez: ንጉሥ, nəgueś [nɨgueɬ]; cf. Tigrinya: ነጋሲ negus [negus]) is a title in the Ethiopian Semitic languages. It denotes a monarch, such as the Negus bahri (king of the sea) of the Medri Bahri kingdom in pre-1890 Eritrea, and the negus in pre-1974 Ethiopia.What is Negus made of?
Named from Colonel Francis Negus (died 1732), its creator. A drink made of wine, often port, mixed with hot water, oranges or lemons, spices and sugar. And when he got home he had a glass of hot negus in his wife's sitting-room, and read the last number of the “Little Dorrit” of the day with great inward satisfaction.What's the difference between negnegus and Vino?
negus - wine and hot water with sugar and lemon juice and nutmeg. vino, wine - fermented juice (of grapes especially) mulled wine - wine heated with sugar and spices and often citrus fruit.