Kabyle


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Ka·byle

 (kə-bīl′)
n. pl. Kabyle or Ka·byles
1. A member of a Berber people of northeast Algeria.
2. The Berber language of this people.

[Arabic qabā'ilu, pl. of qabīla, tribe, from qabila, to receive; see qbl in Semitic roots.]

Kabyle

(kəˈbaɪl)
npl -byles or -byle
1. (Peoples) a member of a Berber people inhabiting the E Atlas Mountains in Tunisia and Algeria
2. (Languages) the dialect of Berber spoken by this people
[C19: from Arabic qabā'il, plural of qabīlah tribe]
Translations
ثاقبايليث
kabil
kabyle
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Pacification gives a nearly week-by-week account of how Galula implemented his theories in a tiny, mountainous area of Algeria's Kabyle region.
Aged 63, Ouyahia is a native of Tizi Ouzou in Algeria's Berber community of the Kabyle region.
Now an anthropologist and historian in Germany, Makilam is also an initiate in the local traditions of pottery-making and its esoteric writing system of her native Kabyle people, Berber-speaking people of Algeria.
Every day I think about where I come from, and I am still proud to be who I am: first, a Kabyle from La Castellane, then an Algerian from Marseille, and then a Frenchman.
Songs, poems, folktales, and other Berber literary efforts have been published in languages such as Kabyle and Tuareg (Tamashek); they are usually also available in French translation.
2 This is not entirely fanciful: the anthropological record is full of house posts with special names and ancestral associations: see for example Pierre Bourdieu chapter The Kabyle House in his book Algeria 1960, or Stephen Hugh-Jones's chapter on the Tukanoan longhouse in About the House edited by Hugh-Jones and Janet Carsten, Cambridge; Cambridge University Press, 1995 (my review AR March 1996, pp96-97).
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