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Tamazight Arrives Soon on Google Translate

Posted by on Mar 24, 2019 in Amazruy | 0 comments

Tamazight Arrives Soon on Google Translate

Google has finally agreed to include Amazigh language within the languages available in its Google Translate service. On Wednesday (March 20th), Google’s administration contacted the “La Rando” association, which launched a campaign to add Amazigh to the translation languages in Google Translate to inform it officially about the addition of Amazigh to translation languages. The development of digital dictionaries and basic databases to activate the translation process from English to Amazigh has been initiated as a first...

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British Archaeologists discover an ancient Amazigh archaeological site in southern Tunisia dating back to 100,000 BC

Posted by on Mar 22, 2019 in Amazruy | 0 comments

British Archaeologists discover an ancient Amazigh archaeological site in southern Tunisia dating back to 100,000 BC

British archaeologists discovered in Tunisia one of the most ancient inhabited areas in ancient times and dates back to about 80 to 100 thousand years and includes the effects of ancient civilization confirms that North Africa is one of the oldest regions of the world that knew the first forms of civilization since the times of pre-history. A researcher at the National Institute of Heritage in Tuzur told the Mosaic radio station that “this archaeological discovery is one of the oldest archaeological sites of the prehistoric period in...

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Thadath N Arif: A Rifian Cultural Center in Belgium

Posted by on Mar 21, 2019 in Tannumt | 0 comments

Thadath N Arif: A Rifian Cultural Center in Belgium

Thaddath N Arif means the House of the Rif, it’s an new cultural center in Begium that aims to preserve and promote the cultural heritage of the Rif in Europe. This objective can, in particular, be achieved by creating spaces for debate and exchange around themes that affect the Rif or the Rifian diaspora in Belgium. On Saturday, March 30, 2019, Thaddath N Arif is organizing a conference entitled: “The cultural specificities of the Rif, what are we talking about exactly? “,whose guest of honor is the historian Ahmed Tahiri...

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Tunisia: These AMAZIGHS words that are always in our dialect

Posted by on Mar 20, 2019 in Amazruy | 0 comments

Tunisia: These AMAZIGHS words that are always in our dialect

The history of Tunisia is marked by several civilizations, including Punic, Andalusian, Italian, French … but above all Amazigh, this civilization that left its mark in our culture and in our dialect. Many of us use words without being aware of their Amazigh origins. Here are some Tunisian words used frequently by Tunisians but which are of Amazigh origins: mimmi: baby mjouder: brutal mkachred: curly msattek: stupid mtaktek: crazy ycharbek: who does anything ydagdeg: who breaks ydahdess: the night when we walk and we do not know where we are...

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‘’Assarag n Imezyanen‘’ the most successful TV shows broadcast by the Tamazight Channel

Posted by on Mar 18, 2019 in Tanfust | 0 comments

‘’Assarag n Imezyanen‘’ the most successful TV shows broadcast by the Tamazight Channel

  ‘’Assarag n Imezyanen‘’ is the title of one of the most successful and thrilling television shows broadcast by the Moroccan “Tamazight”. Hosted by the promising and zealous youngsters from Alhoceima city, namely Yassin Errahmouni and Asmahane Elyamani, the show constitutes a real opportunity for kids to explore and benefit from its fruitful episodes.                 Since the show targets children and teenagers, its main goal is purely educational. Thus it is divided into five rich episodes; ranging from Laboratory, Cyber, Talents and...

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Tattoo at Amazigh .. An aesthetic identity in the way of extinction

Posted by on Mar 16, 2019 in Tannumt | 0 comments

Tattoo at Amazigh .. An aesthetic identity in the way of extinction

Tattoo in the memory of the Amazigh were associated with wisdom, beauty, warm fables, and tales of grandmothers. It is not just ordinary drawings, but the memory of a whole history and a unique culture that has spread for centuries, and then gradually disappears as the mothers and grandmothers leave. Who of the Amazigh does not remember those beautiful green lines on the faces of beautiful grandmothers? The sturdy palms on the front, bright stars on cheeks, and attractive spots settled on the nose, and all those Tattoo that have been...

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Libya: Laying the foundation stone for the construction of the Amazigh Studies and Research Center

Posted by on Mar 15, 2019 in Amazruy | 0 comments

Libya: Laying the foundation stone for the construction of the Amazigh Studies and Research Center

On Wednesday, March 13, the mayor of Zuwara, Hafiz Ben Sassi, laid the cornerstone for the project of the Amazigh Studies Building, which is being implemented by the Municipal Council of Zuwara under the supervision of the Municipal Projects Office. This civil project aims at preserving the language, culture and heritage of Amazigh Peopple and supporting it at the level of Libya. The company, which is in charge of the implementation work, started the construction process, which is scheduled to take 90 days, according to what was published by...

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Women as Public Symbols of Identity

Posted by on Mar 3, 2019 in Tannumt | 0 comments

Women as Public Symbols of Identity

Berber women celebrate weddings with a fervor that matches the scorching heat of the summer wedding season. They spend hours sitting with the bride in a tent constructed specifically for the occasion and for three days chant songs, beat drums, and dance, re-creating the marriage ceremony passed down from their Amazigh ancestors. The control that Berber women exercise over weddings is another way in which they preserve the cultural distinctiveness of their group despite other societal influences that have changed their daily lives. The...

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Učen ḏ Tɣaḍt – wolf and deer

Posted by on Feb 26, 2019 in Tanfust | 0 comments

Učen ḏ Tɣaḍt – wolf and deer

Notes for reading:x = kh  ǧ = dg as in idǧuz ḏ = dh as in aḏrar/iḏwa ɣ = gh as in tamaziɣtṯ = th as in ṯiṭawin  č = ch Traduction:tɣaḍt = deer ; učen = wolfiɣzar = valley ; izerfan = rights tessara = a picnic ; benneɛman = papaver rhoeas tehda = ate ; tizemmar = ability Yemsagar wučen aked tɣaḍt tettali-d aked yeɣzar netta ihewwa, yenna-as: “Mayemmi xaf-i d-tesrewwayed aman”? Minzi iɣzar yerwi, tɣaḍt aqqa-tt deg-s teggur, wer tzemmer ad tini urid ammu!. Izerfan tteggen-ten wučanen maḥend ad čen...

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Beautiful Amazigh Girl’s Names – TIWETHMIN

Posted by on Feb 25, 2019 in Tannumt | 0 comments

Beautiful Amazigh Girl’s Names – TIWETHMIN

Beautiful Amazigh Girl Anya: The silent music Arenas: The name of a beautiful rose called “Léo Ferré” Basil:  Traditional Name Celine: White grapes, a name of the wife of King Amazigh Yuba II Dassin:  A famous poet of the Tuareg. Guraya:  Name of a saint in Kabylia, the singers sang many Kabylia Hennu:  Traditional Name Herru:   Idaw traditional name for the Tanana (Morocco) Ighudan: Beatiful Ijja:  Traditional Name Ijju:  Traditional Name Illi:  My...

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