Kabyle

Member of any of a group of Berber peoples of Algeria and Tunisia....
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Kabyle

Ka¬∑byle' noun [ Arabic qabīla .] (Ethnol.) A Berber, as in Algiers or Tunis. See Berber .
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Kabyle

• (n.) A Berber, as in Algiers or Tunis. See Berber.
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Kabyle

(from the article `Yambol`) town, east-central Bulgaria, on the Tundzha (Tundja) River. North of the present town are the ruins of Kabyle (or Cabyle), which originated as a ...
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Kabyle

Berber people of Algeria inhabiting a partially mountainous region stretching from the Mediterranean Sea to the southern slopes of the Great Kabylie ... [3 related articles]
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Kabyle

The Kabyle are a group of Berber peoples of Algeria and Tunisia. They served as Zouave in the colonial French forces. Many Kabyles were notable in the fight for Algerian independence 1954-62. Their language belongs to the Afro- Asiatic family.
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