Berber /ˈbəːbə/

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I. noun

1. a member of the indigenous people of North Africa, among whom are the nomadic Tuareg.
2. [ mass noun] the Afro-Asiatic language of the Berber peoples, spoken by about 11 million people. There are several different dialects; some of them, e.g. Tamashek, are regarded by some scholars as separate languages.
II. adjective

relating to the Berber peoples or their language.
– origin from Arabic barbar, from Greek barbaros ‘foreigner’ (see barbarian).

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