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Imaziɣen
ⵉⵎⴰⵣⵉⵖⵏ, ⵎⵣⵗⵏ
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leɛlam n imaziɣen
Leḥsab
20–30 imelyan[1][2][3] – 50 imelyan[4]
Timnaḍin akked amur ameqqran n yimezdaɣen
 Ameṛṛuk seg ≈ 10 imelyan[2] ar ≈ 12 imelyan[5][6][7][6]
 Lezzayer seg 9[2] ar ≈ 13 imelyan[6][8]
 Libya ~3,850,000[4]
 Tunes 110,000[9] ar ≈ 389,652[4]
 Fṛansa kter n 2 imelyan[10]
 Tamuriṭanit 2,883,000 (2,768,000[11] & 115,000[12])
 Nnijer 1,620,000[13]
 Mali 850,000[14]
 Biljik 500,000(Including descendants)[15]
 Timura n Wadda 367,455(Including descendants)[citation needed]
 Burkina Faso 50,000[16]
 Maṣer 34,000[17] neɣ 1,826,580[4]
 Kanada 37,060 (Including those of mixed ancestry)[18]
 Israyel 3,500[19]
 Iwunak Yedduklen 1,327[20]
Tutlayin
Tutlayin timaziɣin, ttwurant s Tifinaɣ neɣ s ugemmay Amaziɣ Alatin;
Dderja n Tefriqt Ugafa (gar Arabized Berbers)
Ddin
Amur ameqqran seg-sen tasunnit.
Lbaqi ttekkin ɣer ifurkawen nniḍen n lislam (Taciɛit, Taɛibadit), Tamasiḥt (ladɣa Taprutistant),[21][22] Tudayt, akked liman aqdim
Igududen wid ay asen-yettilin
At tutlayin tifrusyawiyin nniḍen[23][24][25][26][27][28][29]

Imaziɣen d imezdaɣ ineṣliyen deg tefriqt ugafa, d nutni i yellan d amur ameqqṛan deg yimezdaɣ n Tmazɣa, tutlayt-sen d Tamaziɣt, xas ma yella aṭas deg-sen ass-a la ttmeslayen Taɛrabt Tamazɣant.

Imaziɣen ḥerren-d akal d ameqqran, yewwet seg wemda n Isiwan, deg Utaram (lɣerb) n Maṣer alamma d Targa Zewwaɣen d Muriṭanya, ɣef yiri n ugaraw Aṭlasi. Yuɣ lḥal, d Imaziɣen i d agdud n Tefriqt awḥid id-iḥerren anect-a n wakal, imi amur ameqqran deg yegduden ifriqiyen-nniḍen, tikwal sɛan kan akal d amecṭuḥ, tikwal bitt, cerken-t akked yegduden-nniḍen. Imaziɣen ttuneḥsaben d agdud n yiri (race) amellal, xas ma yella nettaf gar-asen aṭas n yimibriken d yiberkanen.

Aṭas n Yimaziɣen id-mazal la ttmeslayen tamaziɣt, rnu deg yiseggasen-a ineggura, aṭas n trebbaɛ timaziɣin id-yennulfan i wakken ad wtent ad ḥerzent tutlayt-nsent. Xas ma yella tantalyin (dialectes) i ttmeslayen Yimaziɣen mgaradent si tama ɣer tayeḍ, maca kkant-d akk seg yiwen n uẓar, seg yiwet n tutlayt, yernu yeshel ɣef waṭas n trebbaɛ timaziɣin ad msefhament gar-asent s tutlayt-nsent, xas ma yella mgaradent tentalyin-nsent.

Imaziɣen mazal ṭṭfen deg waṭas n wansayen (lɛaddat), ladɣa wid yettidiren di Merruk akk d Uneẓruf (ṣṣeḥra), dacu kan, ass-a, aṭas n wansayen imaziɣen i yellan ɣef yiri n nnger, la ten-ttaǧǧan medden yernu ur d asen-ttgen ara leqrar. Nnig waya, ula d tutlayt tamaziɣt la tettuɣal ɣer deffir deg waṭas n tamiwin n Tmazɣa, medden la d-ttaǧǧan, ilmeẓyen ur ttlemden ara, dɣa yessefk ad yettwaxdem kra n leqdic s lḥir i lmend n ussukkes n tutlayt di tmiwa-a.

Ass-a llan azal n 45 imelyan n imaziɣen deg ddunit merra.

Iɣsan d iẓuran imqqṛanen n Imaziɣen[ẓreg | ẓreg aɣbalu]

  • Iznaten (زناتة / إيزناتن )
  • Iẓnagen ( ژناگة / صنهاجة / إيژناگن)
  • Imṣmuden ( مصمودة / إيمسمودن )
  • Iktamen (كتامة / إيكوتامن )
  • Iɣumaren ( غمارة / إيغومارن) 
  • Iguzulen ( جزولة / إيگوزولن) 
  • Igdalen (جدالة / إيگدالن )
  • Imdyunen ( مديونة / إيمديونن )
  • Isedraten ( سدراتة / إيسدراتن )
  • Infzawen ( نفزة / نفزاوة / إينفزاون )
  • Izwawen ( زواوة / إيزواون )
  • Ihuwwaren ( هوارة / إيهوارن) 
  • Imssufen ( مسوفة / إيمسوفن) 
  • Iskuren ( هسكورة / إيهسكورن )
  • Imẓẓujen ( مژّوجة / إيمژّوجن )
  • Imḍlasen ( مطالسة / إيمضالسن )
  • Ihntaten ( هنتاتة / إيهنتاتن )
  • Imɣran (مغراوة / إيمغرلن )
  • Imknasen ( مكناسة / إيمكناسن )
  • Imssiwan (إمسوان/مسيوة)
  • Infeṭwak (فطواكة/إنفطواك)
  • Iɣejdamen (غجدامة/إغجدامن)
  • Inffusen (إنفوسن/نفوسة)
  • Iḥaḥan (حاحا/إحاحان)
  • Innultan (إنولتان/ولتانة)
  • Igliwwa (إگليوا/گلاوة)
  • Icawiyen (إشاوين/الشاوية)
  • Imdɣren (إمدغرن/مدغرة أو مطغرة)
  • Iwraben (إورابن/أوربة)
  • Izwwaren (إزواغن/زواغة)
  • Imɣilen (مغيلا/مغيلة)
  • Iɣyyaten (إغياتن/غياثة)
  • Ilwaten (إلواتن/لواتة)
  • Iwrdiɣen (إورديغن/ورديغة)

Imaziɣen yettwasnen[ẓreg | ẓreg aɣbalu]

Ẓer Imaziɣen ittwasnen

Daɣen

Ẓer Iqbayliyen ittwasnen


Wali[ẓreg | ẓreg aɣbalu]

Tamselyut[ẓreg | ẓreg aɣbalu]

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