tuareg

  1. a member of a nomadic Berber people of the Sahara
  2. the dialect of Berber spoken by the Tuareg people

Tuareg

noun the dialect of Berber spoken by the Tuareg
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Tuareg

Berber-speaking pastoralists who inhabit an area in North and West Africa ranging from Touat, Alg., and Ghudmis, Libya, to northern Nigeria and from ... [23 related articles]
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Tuareg

Member of one of a group of eight nomadic peoples, mainly stock breeders, from west and central Sahara and Sahel (Algeria, Libya, Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso). Their language, Tamashek, belongs to...
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Tuareg

Member of one of a group of eight nomadic peoples, mainly stock breeders, from west and central Sahara and Sahel (Algeria, Libya, Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso). Their language, Tamashek, belongs to the Berber branch of the Hamito-Semitic family and is spoken by 500,000–850,000 people. Many ...
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Tuareg

The Tuareg are a nomadic Berber people of the west and central Sahara.
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Tuareg

Tuareg or Touareg (both: twä'reg) , Berbers of the Sahara, numbering c.2 million. They have preserved their ancient alphabet, which is related to that used by ancient Libyans. The Tuaregs traditionally maintained a feudal system consisting of a small number of noble families, a large majori...
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Tuareg

[n] - a member of a nomadic Berber people of the Sahara 2. [n] - the dialect of Berber spoken by the Tuareg people
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