Synonyms for tamasheq or Related words with tamasheq

fulfulde              pulaar              tamajaq              tamahaq              dioula              zarma              kanuri              mamara              soninke              mande              lezgian              lugbara              maninka              jola              rutul              luri              syenara              gbaya              fula              manding              hassaniya              tsakhur              kalanga              malinke              tigrigna              tigrinya              kikongo              wolof              bassari              kanembu              nuristani              pashayi              wakhi              bezhta              gurunsi              shilha              tumbuka              xitsonga              ronga              nyanja              songhay              tamashek              zenaga              lotuko              djerma              chewa              tshiluba              shimaore              ndau              kabyle             

Examples of "tamasheq"
Tuareg - Tamahaq, Tamajaq, Tamasheq, or ⵜⴰⵎⴰⵌⴰⵆ
Tamasheq as spoken in northeastern Burkina Faso is similar.
Cluster reduction turns word/morpheme-final into and into (e.g. > 'Tamasheq').
The verbal correspondence with the use of aspect; Tamasheq uses four, as delineated by Sudlow:
Many young men took employment in a Tamasheq military unit being assembled by Libyan military leader Muammar al-Gaddafi. Besides receiving military training and weapons in the Gaddafi-sponsored camps, many of the young Tamasheq men were also exposed to revolutionary ideas, pan-Africanism, and popular music. In the decades to follow, the Tamasheq were involved in extended episodes of violence and rebellion against the various governments in the region, both as victim and perpetrator. The stories of socio-political unrest have been relayed through music, contributing to and partially shaping the Tamasheq people's culture and ideals.
In 1973, a major drought forced many of the Tamasheq people throughout the deserts to reconsider their traditional way of life as nomadic herders. Many took refuge in urban centers across the region, but with many lacking 'formal' education, the Tamasheq were largely unemployed. The term ishumar began to be used describing young Tamasheq. A unique culture began to arise among many of the economically and politically marginalized youths, sometimes rebellious or revolutionary in nature, reasserting a cultural pride.
Most Berber languages have just three phonemic vowels. Ghadames, like Tamasheq, has seven vowels.
The name "Tamasheq" is sometimes applied to the Tuareg languages in general.
The earliest identifiable loan is "tiyni" "dates" (cf. Tamasheq "tehäyne", Ghadamès "aβēna"), from Egyptian-Coptic (cf. Coptic "bnne, beni, benni" "date palm-tree; dates").
Characters speak in Tamasheq, Bambara, Arabic, French, and on a few occasions English. The mobile phone is an important means of communication.
The Tuareg speak the Tuareg languages (also known as "Tamasheq"), which belong to the Berber branch of the Afro-Asiatic family.
Various Berber languages are also spoken, including Tamasheq, Ghadamès, Nafusi, Suknah and Awjilah. Both Berber and Arabic languages belong to the wider Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic) family.
Air Tamajeq (Tayiṛt) is a variety of Tamasheq, one of the Tuareg languages. It is spoken by the Tuareg people inhabiting the Agadez Region in Niger.
The Tamasheq live in a region of North Africa that covers large portions of the Sahara across the modern-day national boundaries of Mali, Niger, Libya, and Chad, and to a lesser extent, reaching into Burkina Faso and Nigeria. At the turn of the 20th century, the Tamasheq were subjected to French colonial government after lengthy resistance. With the departure of colonial powers in the 1950s and 1960s, the lands inhabited by the Tamasheq were split primarily between the four new countries of Mali, Niger, Libya, and Chad. For the next few decades, natural resources diminished due to increasing desertification while the post-colonial political and economic structures struggled. As a result, the Tamasheq have encountered hardship for survival in a number of ways.
In the far north, there is a division between Berber-descendent Tuareg nomad populations and the darker-skinned Bella or Tamasheq people, due to the historical spread of slavery in the region.
The Tamasheq language is a variety of the Tuareg languages. It is spoken by the Tuareg people, principally in the Timbuktu area. There are two divergent dialects: "Timbuktu" (Tombouctou, Tanaslamt) and "Tadghaq" (Kidal) in Mali.
Other language families include Afro-Asiatic, represented by the Berber language Tamasheq and by Arabic, and the Songhay languages, which have traditionally been classified as Nilo-Saharan but may constitute an independent language family.
Other groups have incorporated the Tishoumaren style into their performances. Tinariwen and other groups such as Etran Finatawa and, to a lesser extent, Tartit, feature Tishoumaren along with other traditional Tamasheq styles.
All speakers of Tetserret are bilingual in Tawellemmet Tamasheq, which has influenced their language. As of 2011, Tetserret was no longer being spoken with children, and as such appears endangered.
The Azalai (Tamasheq, var. Azalay) is a semi-annual salt caravan route practiced by Tuareg traders in the Sahara desert between Timbuktu and the Taoudenni salt mine in Mali, or the act of traveling with a caravan along that route.