Djiboutain National Anthem Lyrics

“Djibouti” is the national anthem of Djibouti and the Djiboutain national anthem lyrics were written by Aden Elmi and the music to the Djiboutain national anthem was composed by Abdi Robleh.

The National Anthem Lyrics for Djibouti

“Djibouti” was officially adopted as the national anthem of Djibouti in the year of 1977.

Djiboutain National Anthem Lyrics in Somali

Hinjinne u sara kaca
Calankaan harraad iyo
Haydaar u mudateen.

Hir cagaarku qariyayiyo
Habkay samadu tahayoo
Xiddig dhi igleh hoorshoo
Caddaan lagu hadheeyaay.

Maxaa haybad kugu yaal.

Djiboutain National Anthem Lyrics Meaning in English

Arise with strength! For we have raised our flag,
The flag which has cost us dear
With extremes of thirst and pain.

Our flag, whose colours are the everlasting green of the earth,
The blue of the sky, and white, the colour of peace;
And in the centre the red star of blood.

Oh flag of ours, what a glorious sight!
Djiboutain National Anthem Lyrics

When is Djiboutain National Anthem Played or Sung?

National anthem of Djibouti is normally played or sung during national holidays, specifically on the independence day celebrations in Djibouti. It is also carried out during cultural and other celebrations in Djibouti, normally marking off the beginning or the end of such celebrations.

National anthem of Djibouti is also often performed in global sporting occasions, such as the Olympic Games as well school sport occasions.

What is the importance of Djiboutain National Anthem in Djibouti?

The national anthem of Djibouti, like other nationwide symbols of Djibouti, embodies the custom, history, and faiths of Djibouti and its individuals. It helps stimulate feelings of patriotism among the Djiboutain individuals and advises them of their Djibouti’s glory, beauty, and rich heritage.

It also helps unite the residents of Djibouti by one single track or music. Throughout the performance of the Djiboutain national anthem, citizens of Djibouti, in spite of their ethnic differences, rise in unity and listen attentively or sing the song with excellent passion.

Sports males and females from Djibouti also feel an excellent moment of pride when they get a medal at a global sporting occasion while Djibouti’s national anthem is played in the background. It gives them a feeling of having made their nation proud. Students who listen to the national anthem of Djibouti in schools are taught to respect their nation and develop a feeling of unity among themselves.