Kabyle is a Berber language spoken in Algeria. It is the most spoken Berber language in Algeria, with over 6 million speakers. Kabyle is also spoken in France and Morocco. The Kabyle language has been spoken for over two thousand years. It is a part of the Afro-Asiatic language family. Kabyle is written in the Latin alphabet. Kabyle is a very rich and complex language. It has many dialects, which can be divided into two groups: Eastern Kabyle and Western Kabyle. The Eastern Kabyle dialect is spoken in the cities of Tizi Ouzou and Bejaia. It is the most commonly used Kabyle dialect. The Western Kabyle dialect is spoken in the cities of Oran and Algiers. This dialect is less commonly used than the Eastern Kabyle dialect. Kabyle has many loanwords from Arabic, French, and Spanish. However, the vast majority of Kabyle words are of Berber origin. The Kabyle language is very important to the Kabyle people. It is a part of their identity. The Kabyle language is used in many different domains, such as education, media, and literature. The Kabyle language is under threat. Due to the increasing use of French and Arabic in Algeria, the number of Kabyle speakers is declining. It is important to preserve the Kabyle language for future generations.

Language group

Berber languages

Language locales, regions and scripts

Kabyle, Algeria, Latin
Kabyle, Algeria
Kabyle, Latin