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Tashelhit language


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  • Variants

    • Chleuh language
    • Shelhit language
    • Shilha language
    • Shleuh language
    • Soussiya language
    • Southern Shilha language
    • Susiua language
    • Susiya language
    • Tachelhait language
    • Tachelhit language
    • Tachilhit language
    • Tashelhait language
    • Tashelhayt language
    • Tashelheyt language
    • Tashelhiyt language
    • Tashilheet language
    • Tashlhit language
    • Tashlhiyt language
    • Tasoussit language
    • Tatshalhit language
  • Broader Terms

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  • Earlier Established Forms

    • Shilha language
  • Sources

    • found: Maroc : Musique berbère du Haut-Alas ... [SR] 1994:program notes, p. 33 (the High-Atlas are populated by the Shilhas, Berber tribal groups speaking a common tongue called tashelhiyt)
    • found: Wikipedia, June 28, 2007(Tashelhiyt language (also: Shilha))
    • found: Hdouch, Y. Dialectology in optimality theory, 2011:p. 5 (Tashlhit spoken in southern Morocco)
    • found: Sabir, A. Diccionario taknarit, 2010:p. 15 (tashelhit)
    • found: Ethnologue, 2013(Tachelhit, a language of Morocco; shi; alt. names: Shilha, Soussiya, Southern Shilha, Susiya, Tachilhit, Tashelheyt, Tashelhit, Tashilheet, Tashlhiyt, Tasoussit; classification: Afro-Asiatic, Berber, Northern, Atlas; writing: Arabic script, Latin script, Tifinagh (Berber) script; Comments: 'Shilha' is the Arabic name for Moroccan Berber varieties in general. Also spoken in Algeria; additional alt. names: Tashelhait, Tashelhayt; dialects: Susiua (Sousse, Sus))
    • found: Linguasphere, 1999(10-AAA-ca; ta-shelhit; shleuh "proper", shelhit, ta-shlhiyt, ta-chelhait, ta-chel'hit, tachilhit, ta-shilheet, ta-tshalhit, ta-soussit, susiua, shilha "proper"; in Français: chleuh; Morocco, Algeria)
    • found: Wikipedia, June 7, 2014:Languages of Morocco (The Tashelhit language is considered to be the most widely spoken as it covers the whole of the Region Souss-Massa-Drâa, and is also spoken in the Marrakech-Tensift-El Haouz and Tadla-Azilal regions. Studies done in 1990 show around 3 million people, concentrated in the south of Morocco, speak the dialect)
  • LC Classification

    • PJ2379-PJ2379.95
  • Change Notes

    • 1986-02-11: new
    • 2014-12-12: revised
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