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Free_Morocco_Murakuc_ilelli


Tamenḍawt en Murakuc - Constitution of Morocco

Tamenḍawt en Tgeldit en Murakuc, es tutlayt Tamaziɣt

دستور المملكة المغربية، باللغة الأمازيغية

The Constitution of Morocco, in the Berber language




Asussen Amaḍlan
en Yinezgan en Wefgan
(SMNF) - es tutlayt Tamaziɣt

الإعلان العالمي لحقوق الإنسان - باللغة الأمازيغية

Universal Declaration of Human Rights
(UDHR) - in the Berber language

Timura Imunen (MM) - United Nations (UN)



Idlisen en uselmed en tutlayt Tamaziɣt di Dzayer

Berber language schoolbooks in Algeria

مقرر تدريس اللغة الأمازيغية في الجزائر




Agag-asmaqqal en Planck ed tegrawin en yimahellawen





Timura en omaḍal


Timura n omaḍal


Aɣnas Amaziɣ: zeg "udelsan" ɣer "usertan"




Sel aṛadyo (asoḍrer) es Tmaziɣt


Asoḍrer Amaziɣ - Berber Radio

Asegmi aɣelnaw di Dzayer: ad tili tzizwert deg Yebrir akken ad skecmen ugar en 28.000 iselmaden

Dzayer_Sumiya_Benghebrit








Assira en tutlayt Tamaziɣt - Salem Caker
L'officialisation de la langue berbère - Salem Chaker

Imazighen - Berber people

Izli Amaziɣ: Eǧǧet iyi ad arguɣ - Nabila Dali

Ejjet_iyi_ad_argugh_Nabila_Dali_Tamazight


Talgamt en yisekkilen Imaziɣen

لائحة الحروف الأمازيغية

List of Berber alphabet letters


Tamaziɣt


Abrid illasen

Muḥemmad Aɣezzaf Muḥemmad Aɣezzaf


Yenna umedyaz: Ayyuz izmawen ...!

Ɛli Xeddawi Ɛli Xeddawi (Ali Khadaoui)


Aṣlaḍ en yan wedlis nna umi tedrus tɣoṛi

Muḥemmad Aɣezzaf Muḥemmad Aɣezzaf


Asefru es Tcawit jar en yimessenda ed yigli

Kamel Tiḥmamin Kamel Tiḥmamin


Es Tmaziɣt Tacawit: Amma ttilin yisekwan en Tmaziɣt i yigurdan

Simuya Ḥeṛṛat Sumiya Ḥeṛṛat


Izem, uccen ed userdun

Muḥemmad Aɣezzaf Muḥemmad Aɣezzaf


Tifelwit en Babil

Muḥemmad_Aɣezzaf Muḥemmad Aɣezzaf


Asuger en useggʷas Amaziɣ amaynu

Muḥemmed Aɣezzaf Muḥemmad Aɣezzaf


Tiɣɣuṛma Tamaziɣt

Muḥemmed Aɣezzaf Muḥemmad Aɣezzaf


Aɣnas Amaziɣ: zeg "udelsan" ɣer "usertan"

M. Belqasem Mubarik Belqasem



Lmed tutlayt Tamaziɣt / Learn the Berber language





What is the Berber language?



Berber or the Berber language and its dialects (Berber name: Tamaziɣt, or Tamazight) is a language indigenous to North Africa. Berber is spoken by large populations in Morocco and Algeria, and by smaller populations in Libya, Tunisia, northern Mali, western and northern Niger, northern Burkina Faso, Mauritania, and in the Siwa oasis of Egypt.

Large Berber-speaking migrant communities have been living in Western Europe since the 1950s. In 2001, Berber became a constitutional national language of Algeria, and in 2011 Berber became a constitutionally official language of Morocco, and in 2016 Berber became a constitutionally official language of Algeria.

Berber constitutes a branch of the Afro-Asiatic language family, and has been attested since ancient times. The number of ethnic Berbers is much higher than the number of Berber speakers. The bulk of the populations of Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya and Mauritania are considered to have Berber ancestors.

There is a movement among speakers of the closely related dialects of the Berber language to unite them under one standard written language for education and media.

About 90% of the Berber-speaking population speak one of six major dialects of Berber, each with at least two million speakers or more. They are, in the order of demographic weight: Tashelhit Berber (Tacelḥit), Kabylian Berber (Taqbaylit), Atlas Berber (Tamaziɣt), Riffian Berber (Tamaziɣt), Shawi Berber (Tacawit), Tuareg Berber (Tamahaq/Tamaceq/Tamajeq).

The Berber language has had a written tradition, on and off, for over 2,200 years, although the tradition has been frequently disrupted by invasions and foreign new religions. Berber was first written in the Libyco-Berber script, still used by some Saharan Tuareg Berbers as the "Tifinagh script". The oldest dated inscription of Libyco-Berber is from about 200 BCE.

Later, between about 1000 CE and 1500 CE, the Berber language was written in the Arabic script, and since the 20th century Berber started to be widely written in the Berber Latin alphabet, especially among the Algerian Kabylian and Moroccan Riffian writers. The Berber Latin alphabet was also used by most European and Berber linguists studying Berber during the 19th and 20th centuries.

The 35 Berber Latin alphabet letters are as follows:
ABCČDḌEƐFGǦƔHḤIJKLMNOQRŘṚSṢTṬUWXYZẒ


Amaḍal Amaziɣ Azayku / The Old Berber World



Moubarik Belkasim

Amaḍal Amaziɣ Azayku – Ancient Berber world

Imaziɣen ttuɣa ssizwilen tamurt tayemmat nsen es yizewlan (ismawen, isnawen) am “tamurt nneɣ”, “amur”, “tamazirt”, “aɣlan”, ...atg.

Yezmer ad ilin Yimaziɣen imezwura la llan qqaṛen (ttinin) i tmurt nsen “Tamurt Imaziɣen”. Maca wer nessin tidett nican. Nessen belli Imaziɣen imezwuren ttuɣa ttinin i tutlayt nsen “Awal Amaziɣ”. Ayad (manaya) yella di tira tizaykutin en Sus (Muḥemmed Awzal, Ḥemmu Eṭṭaleb, Brahim Aẓnag, ...atg).

Ẓer adlis "The Berber literary tradition of the Sous", Nico van den Boogert, 1995, Leiden, Timura Yudaren (Holanda).

Ẓer altu adlis "Introduction à la littérature berbère", Abdellah Bounfour, 1999, Paris, Fṛansa.

Tutlayt Tamaziɣt ttuɣa qqaṛen as es Tlatint “Lingua Mazicana”, niɣ “Lingua Barbarica” niɣ “Lingua Libica”. Deg wezyen wiss sin en tmiḍi tiss 20t, yeffeɣ-dd wawal amynu “Tamazɣa” ed wawal “Amaḍal Amaziɣ” ɣef ufus en Umussu Adelsan Amaziɣ (M.D.M.).




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Agemmay Amaziɣ Alatin

A a - B b - C c - Č č - D d - Ḍ ḍ - E e - Ɛ ɛ - F f

G g - Ǧ ǧ - Ɣ ɣ - H h - Ḥ ḥ - I i - J j - K k - L l

M m - N n - O o - Q q - R r - Ř ř - Ṛ ṛ - S s - Ṣ ṣ

T t - Ṭ ṭ - U u - W w - X x - Y y - Z z - Ẓ ẓ


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