Definitions

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  • noun a Berber
  • noun Berber (the language).

Etymologies

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Tamazight ⴰⵎⴰⵣⵉⵖ.

Examples

  • In a recent BBC interview, Abullah Aourik, an artist and publisher of a magazine in Amazigh, said that he wanted to see Berber replace Arabic as the official language of the country.

    Global Voices in English » Morocco: Teaching “Berber” in Schools

  • We should promote the art and literature in Amazigh, acknowledge the Berber contribution to the Moroccan nation.

    Global Voices in English » Morocco: Teaching “Berber” in Schools

  • Competing claims of success at the Wazin border crossing highlighted the fighting yesterday in Libya's western mountains and nearby areas, where U.S. officials say government forces have been attacking Berbers, also called Amazigh, an indigenous ethnic group that joined the rebellion after long suffering discrimination under Muammar Qaddafi's rule.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Competing claims of success at the Wazin border crossing highlighted the fighting yesterday in Libya's western mountains and nearby areas, where U.S. officials say government forces have been attacking Berbers, also called Amazigh, an indigenous ethnic group that joined the rebellion after suffering discrimination under Muammar Qaddafi's rule.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • Africa called Amazigh (Atlantico-Mediterranean Race) or they found other North African civilizations and new expansion to the Mesolithic and Neolithic age's to the Middle East and the Horn of Africa, their migration to these new destinations cause small unknown civilizations before the Neolithic age in the middle of the Sahara between Africa and the

    WN.com - Articles related to India Is Getting All the Trappings of the New Century; But Is It Modern?

  • The Amazigh were the original inhabitants of North Africa before the Arab conquest in the 7th century.

    The Earth Times Online Newspaper

  • Various Tuareg factions (closely related to the Berber or "Amazigh" population of northwest Africa) revolted in the '60s, the' 90s, and again in 2007-09 against the governments of Mali and Niger in pursuit of ethnic autonomy and equitable resource distribution, much as their ancestors did in battling the Romans, the Arabs and the French throughout history.

    post-gazette.com - News

  • However, they resent being called Berber, preferring the appellation of '' Amazigh '' or

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • However, they resent being called Berber, preferring the appellation of '' Amazigh '' or

    CreationWiki - Recent changes [en]

  • "Arab and Amazigh are two separate things," says Muftah Latif, a pro-Gadhafi Arab resident from al-Jumail, outside Zuwara, using another term for Berber.

    Camels, Minority Rights Spur Battle in Libya

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