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- found: Stuhlmann, F. Mazigh-völker, 1914: foreword (people generally known as Berber, following Greek and Arabic usage; the people call themselves: Mazigh; tamazight for their language; from Tripoli to western Morocco & in Siwa oasis)
- found: Ilahiane, H. Historical dictionary of the Berbers (Imazighen), 2006: p. xxx (the name Berber is of external origin; in their language, Tamazight, Berbers use the name "Imazighen" to describe themselves (singular masculine is: Amazigh; singular feminine is: Tamazight; Tamazgha is the land where they live)
- found: Park, Hist. dict. of Morocco, 1996: p. 42 (Berbers/Imazighan)
- found: Tribe.net, Feb. 23, 2007 (The term "Amazigh" represents the Berber people of North Africa; Berber people are using the term "Amazigh" which they use to describe themselves in their own languages; plural is "Imazighen"; to define in the most generic way, the language that they speak, Imazighen use the term "Tamazight")
- 1986-02-11: new
- 2007-06-21: revised
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