Diforc'hioù etre adstummoù "Chleuheg"

1 467 okted ouzhpennet ,  15 vloaz zo
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(lañs)
 
(kendalc'h)
 
Ur [[Yezhoù berberek|yezh verberek]] eus is-skourr ar [[yezhoù atlasek]] eo an '''tacheliteg''' ('''') komzet gant tro-dro da $ den e [[$]] ([[1991]])
 
TACHELHIT: a language of Morocco
 
The following is the entry for this language as it appeared in the 14th edition (2000).
It has been superseded by the corresponding entry in the 15th edition (2005).
 
SIL code: SHI
 
ISO 639-2: ber
Population 3,000,000 in Morocco (1998). Population total all countries 3,500,000.
Region Southwestern Morocco, from coast south to Ifni and north to near Agadir, northeast to outskirts of Marrakech, and east to Draa, including the valley of the Sous, and south near the border. Also spoken in Algeria, France.
Alternate names TASHILHEET, TACHILHIT, TASHELHIT, TASOUSSIT, SHILHA, SUSIUA, SOUTHERN SHILHA
Classification Afro-Asiatic, Berber, Northern, Atlas.
Comments Many men are bilingual in Arabic. Many women do not learn Arabic. 'Tachelhit' is their name for their language. 'Shilha' is the Arabic name for Moroccan Berber language varieties in general. Soussi are known as shop owners throughout Morocco. Muslim. Bible portions 1906-1925.
Also spoken in:
Algeria
Language name TACHELHIT
Alternate names TASHELHIT, TASHELHAIT, TASHELHAYT, TASOUSSIT, SHILHA, SOUTHERN SHILHA, TACHILHIT
Dialects SUSIUA (SUS, SOUSSE).
Comments Many men are bilingual in Arabic, but many women do not learn Arabic. One of the major Berber languages. Their name for their language is 'Tachelhit'. 'Shilha' is the Arabic name for Moroccan Berber varieties in general. Muslim. Bible portions 1906-1925. See main entry under Morocco.
 
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