The Afar (Afar: Qafár), also known as the Danakil and Adal, are an ethnic group inhabiting the Horn of Africa.
The Nuer people are a Nilotic ethnic group primarily inhabiting the Nile Valley.
The Anuak , also known as the Anyuak, Agnwak and Anywaa, are a Luo Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting parts of East Africa.
The Qemant (Ge'ez: ቅማንት) are a small subgroup of the Agaw people in Ethiopia, who traditionally practiced an early Hebrew religion.
The Gurage people are a Semitic-speaking ethnic group inhabiting Ethiopia.
Somalis (Somali: Soomaali, Arabic: صومال) are an ethnic group inhabiting the Horn of Africa (Somali Peninsula).
The Sidama (Ethiopic: ሲዳማ) people of southern Ethiopia are an ethnic group whose homeland is in the Sidama Zone of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region (SNNPR) of Ethiopia.
Falash Mura is the name given to those of the Beta Israel community in Ethiopia, Eritrea who converted to Christianity under pressure from the mission during the 19th century and the 20th century.
Kambaata is the name of the people who speak the Kambaata language.
The Mursi (or Mun as they refer to themselves) are a Nilotic pastoralist ethnic group in Ethiopia.
The Issa or Eesah or Aysa(Somali: Ciise, Arabic: عيسى) are a Somali clan, and a sub-clan of the Dir.
Tigrayans also known as Biher-Tigrinyas are an ethnolinguistic who speak the Tigrinya language.
The Saho (Arabic: ساهو), sometimes called Soho, are an ethnic group inhabiting the Horn of Africa.
The Agaw (Ge'ez: አገው Agaw; modern Agew) are an ethnic group inhabiting Ethiopia and neighboring Eritrea.
The Kunama are a Nilotic ethnic inhabiting Eritrea and Ethiopia.
The Daasanach (also known as the Marille or Geleba) are an ethnic group inhabiting parts of Ethiopia, Kenya and Sudan.
The Argobba are an ethnic group inhabiting Ethiopia.
The Berta or Bertha are an ethnic group living along the border of Sudan and Ethiopia.
The Bari people, also known as the Karo, are a Nilotic ethnic group mainly inhabiting South Sudan, as well as adjacent parts of southwestern Ethiopia.
The Konso, also known as the Xonsita, are a Cushitic-speaking ethnic group primarily inhabiting south-central Ethiopia.
Borana Oromo people
The Borana Oromo, also called the Boran, are a pastoralist ethnic group living in southern Ethiopia (Oromia) and northern Kenya.
The Murle are a Nilotic ethnic group inhabiting the Pibor County and Boma area in Jonglei State, South Sudan, as well as parts of southwestern Ethiopia.
The Harari people (Arabic: هراري, Ge'ez: ሐረሪ), also called Geyusu ("People of the City"), are an ethnic group inhabiting the Horn of Africa.
The Dorze are a small ethnic group inhabiting the Gamo Gofa Zone (formerly part of the Semien (North) Omo Zone) of the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and Peoples Region in Ethiopia.
The Silt'e people also Silte people (ስልጤ; simplified form: Silte) are an ethnic group in southern Ethiopia.
The Kwegu people (or Muguji people) are a Surmic ethnic group inhabiting the shores of the Omo River in southwestern Ethiopia.
The Gabra (also written Gabbra or Gebra) are an ethnic group mainly inhabiting the Chalbi Desert in northern Kenya and the highlands of southern Ethiopia.
Jamaicans in Ethiopia
Jamaicans in Ethiopia comprise Jamaican emigrants and expatriates residing in Ethiopia and their descendants born in Ethiopia.
The Maale people, (also spelled Male and pronounced Maa-lee), are a small ethnic group of approximately 95,000 located in the Southern Nations, Nationalities, and People's Region at the border between north and south Omo of Ethiopia.
The Abyssinian people (Ge'ez: ሐበሻይት) are a panethnicity inhabiting the Horn of Africa.
The Gedeo (formerly known as the Darassa, pejorative name given to them by Amhara) are an ethnic group in southern Ethiopia.
Wolayta (also spelled Wolaitta) (Ethiopic: ወላይታ Wolaytta) is the name of an ethnic group and its former kingdom, located in southern Ethiopia.
The Nyangatom also known as Donyiro and pejoratively as Bumé are Nilotic agro-pastoralists inhabiting the border of southwestern Ethiopia and southeastern South Sudan and in the Ilemi Triangle with populations residing in both countries.
Surma is a panethnicity residing in South Sudan and southwestern Ethiopia.
The Majang people, or Majangir, live in southwestern Ethiopia and speak a Nilo-Saharan language of the Surmic cluster.
People of Ethiopia
According to the 2007 Ethiopian census, the largest first languages are: Oromo 24,929,567 speakers or 33.
The Jeberti also spelled as Jabarti, Jaberti, Jebarti and Djeberti) are a Muslim clan inhabiting the Horn of Africa, and Middle East mainly Somalia, Ethiopia, Eritrea and Yemen
The Koore are found in the Amaro special woreda, which is east of the Abaya and Chamo Lakes; the vast majority of this ethnic group live there.
Italians of Ethiopia
Italians of Ethiopia are the emigrants and colonists from Italy who moved to live in Ethiopia as far back as the 19th century, and their descendants.
The Hamar (also spelled Hamer) are an Omotic community inhabiting southwestern Ethiopia.
Dizi (also known as the Maji) is the name of an ethnic group living in southern Ethiopia.
The Worji (Oromo: Warjiih, Ge'ez: ወርጄ, Arabic: ورجي [wɔrdʒi]), fully known as the Tigri-Worji, are an ethnic group inhabiting Ethiopia.
The Harla, also Harala, were an ethnic group, now extinct, that inhabited Ethiopia and Somalia.
The Shabo are an ethnic group of southwestern Ethiopia.
Beta Abraham (Hebrew: בֵּיתֶא אַבְרָהָם, Ge'ez: Bēta Abreham, "House of Abraham") other terms by which the community have been known include Tebiban ("possessor of secret knowledge"), Balla Ejj (Ge'ez: "Craftsmens"), Buda (Ge'ez: "evil eye") and Kayla (the Agaw language spoken by them).
Hadiya (ሃድያ: Hadiya) is the Ethiopian ethnic group of people who speak the Hadiyya language.
Chinese people in Ethiopia
The number of Chinese residents in Ethiopia has risen considerably in the past decade.