Kabyle language resources
Kabyle is spoken on a daily basis in: Angola, Algeria
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Kabyle is a Berber language (Kabyle: ?aqbayli?, Taqbaylit (help·info), pronounced /??aq.ßaj'li?/) spoken by the Kabyle people. In 1995, there were 3,123,000 speakers worldwide, the majority in Algeria, where there were more than 2,000,000.
Kabyle was (with some exceptions) rarely written before the 20th century; however, in recent years a small but increasing body of literature has been printed. The originally oral poetry of Si Mohand is particularly notable in this respect. Famous Kabyle singers include Matoub Lounes, Idir and Ait Menguellet.
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All data is derived from UNESCO.