Kabyle language

(from the article `Kabyle`) ...Numbering about 2,000,000 in the late 20th century, they are mainly Muslims with a few Christians and are predominantly agricultural, growing ...
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Kabyle language

As in all Berber languages, Kabyle has two types of states or cases of the noun: free state and construct state (or `annexed state`). The free state is morphologically unmarked. The construct state is derived either by changing initial /a-/ to /u-/, loss of initial vowel in some feminine nouns, addition of a semi-vowel word-initially, or in some.....
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