Definition funny of Berber:

urbanBerber is a very old language spoken mainly by Caucasian or Caucasoid populations in North-west African countries with large groups of speakers in the Kingdom of Morocco (about 60% of the population) and Algeria (about 30% of the population) and significant minorities in Libya Mauritania Tunisia (almost extinct) and western edges of Egypt and among the Moroccans of Israel. The Tuareg Berbers are nomads and do not recognise any borders so they live in constant movement between the southern edges of the Sahara and the northern ones. Berber language is linguistically difficult to classify but linguists have found that the remotely closest relative to it is the ancient Egyptian and the Coptic ( only used in the Coptic church liturgy). Although throughout history Berber personalities have significantly contributed to the human heritage ( saint Augustine the father of catholic theology; Ibn khaldun the father of sociology; Hannibal the man who scared Rome -not Lecter-; many roman emperors; the Pharaoh Shoshenq the first; And for those who don’t knew it Zinedine Zidane is a Berber too !…) their contribution is either not recognized or their real identity mistaken with the predominant culture they live in (e.g. S. Augustine considered a roman, Hannibal a Carthaginian, Zinedine Zidane a French... Their “obscure” origins come from the fact that their culture emerged in continuity from their prehistoric background in the region called Capsian Neolithic culture, witch disconfirm theories of middle-eastern origins. Berbers belonged and will always belong to this land. Its also noteworthy to mention that the resistance and continuity of Berber is unique: since prehistoric times through early antiquity to modern days Berber hadn’t change and is still spoken despite the fact that the region was invaded by loads of exogenous populations ( Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Vandals, Arabs, French, Spanish). It’s a rare phenomenon and few languages achieved this constancy. Berber also contributed to modern popular culture: for the fans of the Star Wars epopee, you all know about Tatooine the home planet of the Skywalker family. Well, this word come from the Berber plural word Titawine (titawin) witch means the eyes, as the tatooine planet got twin suns Tattoo I and Tatoo II .the singular word for an eye being Tit. And this comes from the fact that most of the scenes of this planet were shot in a Berber village in southern Tunisia. And for those who don’t know about Berber writing or think it doesn’t exist I will shortly retell the same think in southern Moroccan Berber (Chleuh) into the Tifinagh or Berber alphabet. Tamazivt tga yan ils ittusawaln v mnnau n timizar n uflla azlmad n afriqya. Middn sawalnin tamazivt gan imazivn ntni a izwarn ad zdvn v tamazirt ad. Mqqar imazivn tawzn I mnnaw n lpadarat v tizi n lbacaria, idrus iv srsn totarafn. Tillas issutln I tarix n imazivn ikkan lasl nsn igan bahra aqbur v tmazirt n tamzva. Mayan ur igin acrki almas. Imsawaln n tamazivt ggutn v tagldit n lmagrib d dzayr, mac drusn v timizar adnin n tamzva. Ils n tamazivt ur igi yan, llan gis mnnaw n iwaliwn ngirinin v kraigat agmmad n kraigat tamazirt. Zud Taclpit v izddar n tagldit n lmagrib d tarifit d tamazivt v uflla ns. Takbaylit nttat ar srs sawaln v dzair. PS: I am a Berber from morocco. And I don’t think Algerians are all assholes. lol

urbanberber are nice people but unfortunately not as luky as they deserve to be.

urbanThe Berber is a language known as Tamazight which is spoken in northern Africa (Morocco and Algeria).

urbanI'm kabyle a dialect of berber (tamazight) language.

urbanBerber is a language from afro-asiatic group which exists nowadays as several closely-related variants, spoken in the whole North Africa, especially in Morocco (chleuh ie tashelhiyt, rifan ie tarifit, braber i.e. tamazight) and in Algeria (kabyle ie taqvaylit, chawi ie tachawit).

urban- Hi I'm a berber from Algeria, near Tizi-Ouzou - Hi I'm a berber from Morocco, in Middle-Atlas - Azul fellak - Azul fellak

urbanBerbers are the indigenous peoples of North Africa (also Known as the Maghreb: Tunisia, Morocco and Algeria). Historically they spoke various Berber languages, which together form a branch of the Afro-Asiatic language family. Today many of them speak Arabic. Between 14 and 25 million Berber-speakers live within this region, most densely in Algeria and Morocco, becoming generally scarcer eastward through the rest of the Maghreb like in Tunisia and Libya (even though 65 % of Tunisians are believed to be of Berber origins but were arabized). Many Berbers call themselves some variant of the word Imazighen (singular Amazigh), meaning "free people". This is common in Morocco, but elsewhere within the Berber homeland a local, more particular term, such as Kabyle or Chaoui, is more often used instead. Historically Berbers have been variously known, for instance as Libyans by the ancient Greeks, as Numidians and Mauri by the Romans, and as Moors by medieval and early modern Europeans. The modern English term is borrowed from Arabic, but the deeper etymology of "Berber" is not certain. The best known of them were the Roman author Apuleius, the Roman emperor Septimius Severus, and Saint Augustine of Hippo. A famous Berber living today is the international football star Zinedine Zidane.


Songs about Berber:

songsThe Berber Of Seville by Bombay Dub Orchestra from the Album Bombay Dub Orchestra

songsMoroccan Berber Music : Bedouin Rhythm by Classics of Belly Dance from the Album Qaria and Balady Music

songsAnita Berber by Death In Vegas from the Album Satan's Circus

songsBerber Rhythm by Classics of Belly Dance from the Album Qaria and Balady Music

songsThe Berber of Seville (Sound Shikari Remix) by Bombay Dub Orchestra from the Album New York Remixes

songsAcemi Berber by Begüm Çiçek from the Album Begüm Abla'dan Masallar, No. 1

songsAcemi Berber by Begüm Çiçek from the Album K?rm?z? Top


Books about Berber:

booksThe Berbers: The Peoples of Africa by Michael Brett and Elizabeth Fentress (Dec 8, 1997)

booksBerbers and Others: Beyond Tribe and Nation in the Maghrib (Public Cultures of the Middle East and North Africa... by Katherine E. Hoffman and Susan Gilson Miller (Jun 14, 2010)

booksThe Berber Identity Movement and the Challenge to North African States by Bruce Maddy-Weitzman (May 15, 2012)

booksThe Seven Addictions and Five Professions of Anita Berber: Weimar Berlin's Priestess of Depravity by Mel Gordon (May 1, 2006)

booksWe Are Imazighen: The Development of Algerian Berber Identity in Twentieth-Century Literature and Culture by Fazia Aïtel (Oct 28, 2014)

booksWe Share Walls: Language, Land, and Gender in Berber Morocco by Katherine E. Hoffman (Jan 29, 2008)

booksArtistry of the Everyday: Beauty and Craftsmanship in Berber Art (Peabody Museum Collections Series) by Lisa Bernasek, Hillel S. Burger, Mark Craig and Susan Gilson Miller (Jan 14, 2009)


Wiki information Berber:

Berber people
Ethnicity, Literature Subject

The Berbers are the ethnicity indigenous to North Africa west of the Nile Valley. They are distributed from the Atlantic Ocean to the Siwa Oasis in Egypt, and from the Mediterranean Sea to the Niger River. Historically they spoke Berber languages,...

Berber languages
Language Family

Berber or the Berber languages or dialects are a family of similar and closely related languages and dialects indigenous to North Africa. They are spoken by large populations in Algeria and Morocco, and by smaller populations in Libya, Tunisia,...


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