Kabyle



[kuh-bahyl] /kəˈbaɪl/

noun
1.
a member of a branch of the Berber people dwelling in NE Algeria.
2.
the Berber language spoken by the Kabyles.
/kəˈbaɪl/
noun
1.
(pl) -byles, -byle. a member of a Berber people inhabiting the E Atlas Mountains in Tunisia and Algeria
2.
the dialect of Berber spoken by this people

Berber of Algeria and Tunisia, 1738, also of their language, from French, from Arabic qaba’il, plural of qabilah “tribe.”

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