From the clan of the same name, a subsection of the Somali Darod, which inhabit part of the region. Documented folk etymologies include Ogad, the name of a founding father, meaning clever or quick-witted, and a combination of the Harari word ūga (ūga, “road”) and Aden, a city in Yemen, supposedly connected to Harar by an ancient caravan route passing through the region.
- A region in eastern Ethiopia.
- ^ Paolo Billi (23 March 2015) Landscapes and Landforms of Ethiopia, Springer, →ISBN, page 324
- ^ An Analysis of the Harari Vocabulary, Annales d'Éthiopie, 1959, retrieved 20 March 2019, page 292
- ^ Towards a History of the Incorporation of the Ogaden: 1887-1935, volume 27, issue 2, Journal of Ethiopian Studies, 1994, JSTOR 41966038, page 69–70
Ogaden m inan
- Ogaden (a region in eastern Ethiopia)