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  1. Central Atlas Tamazight - Wikipedia › wiki › Central_Moroccan_Tamazight

    Central Atlas Tamazight or Atlasic (also known as Central Morocco Tamazight, Middle Atlas Tamazight, Tamazight, Central Shilha and, rarely, Beraber or Braber; native name: ⵜⴰⵎⴰⵣⵉⵖⵜ Tamazight [tæmæˈzɪɣt], [θæmæˈzɪɣθ]) is a Berber language of the Afroasiatic language family spoken by almost 5 million people in the Atlas Mountains of Central Morocco as well as by smaller emigrant communities in France and elsewhere.

  2. Languages of Morocco - Wikipedia › wiki › Moroccan_language

    Central Morocco Tamazight is the second Berber language in Morocco. A 1998 study done by Ethnologue, shows that around 3 million people speak the language in Morocco. The language is most used in the regions Middle Atlas, High Atlas and east High Atlas Mountains.

  3. Requests for new languages/Wikipedia Central Morocco Tamazight › wiki › Requests_for_new

    Nov 14, 2019 · Since the other Tamazight proposals have been rejected (or so I thought), and I wanted to see an actual Tamazight Wikipedia, I started this proposal. Besides Morocco, about a population of 150,000 in France speaks Central Atlas Tamazight. I hope this may help those who speak this language.

  4. Ethnic groups in Algeria - Wikipedia › wiki › Ethnic_groups_in_Algeria

    Berbers are an indigenous ethnic group of Algeria. Berber linguistic groups include speakers of Central Atlas Tamazight, Chaouis, Kabyle, Taznatit, Tumzabt, Chenouas and Tuaregs. Algeria also has a minority population of Europeans that represents less than 1% of the population.

  5. Khenifra - Wikipedia › wiki › Khénifra

    Khenifra is inhabited by Zayanes, a Berber tribe, and the language spoken is a variety of Central Atlas Tamazight. The town population at the time of the 2019 census was 228,567. [2]

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  6. Central Atlas Tamazight - Infogalactic: the planetary ... › info › Central_Atlas_Tamazight

    Central Atlas Tamazight is one of the most-spoken Berber languages, along with Kabyle, Shilha, Riff, and Shawiya, and in Morocco it rivals Shilha as the most-spoken. All five languages may be referred to as 'Tamazight', but Central Atlas speakers are the only ones who use the term exclusively.

  7. Moroccan diaspora - Wikipedia › wiki › Moroccan_diaspora

    The Moroccan diaspora consists of emigrants from Morocco and their descendants. Of the estimated 5 to 6 million Moroccans living abroad, [citation needed] the overwhelming majority live in Europe; the remainder are distributed throughout the Americas (including North America and Latin America), Australia, Africa (in particular West Africa), and the countries of the Arab World.They are the next ...

  8. water translation in English-Central Atlas Tamazight dictionary. Showing page 1. Found 0 sentences matching phrase "water".Found in 0 ms.

  9. central morocco tamazight grammar : définition de central ... › central+morocco

    Central Morocco Tamazight (also referred to as just Tamazight [nb 1]) belongs to the Northern Berber family of Berber languages. As a member of the Afro-Asiatic language macrofamily, Tamazight...

  10. amazigh language : définition de amazigh language et ... › amazigh+language › en-en

    Moreover, linguistic boundaries are blurred, such that certain dialects cannot accurately be described as either Central Morocco Tamazight (spoken in the Central and eastern Atlas area) or Tachelhit. Algeria : In 1906, the total population speaking Berber languages in Algeria (excluding the thinly populated Sahara) was estimated at 1,305,730 ...

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