Kabyle

Ageldun Ameżżyan — in Kabyle.

Kabyle, also known as Kabylie or Taqbaylit, is a Berber language spoken by the Kabyle people in the Kabylie region of northern Algeria. It is one of the several Berber languages, which belong to the Afroasiatic language family. Kabyle is known for its historical and cultural significance and is considered one of the major Berber languages in Algeria.

Kabyle is primarily spoken in the Kabylie region, which is located along the rugged mountains of the Tell Atlas in northern Algeria. It is part of the Berber language group, which includes several related languages and dialects spoken across North Africa, including Algeria, Morocco, Tunisia, Libya, Mali, Niger, and Burkina Faso. Each Berber language has its unique features and variations.

Ageldun Amecṭuḥ — also in Berber Kabyle.