Zurg, or Kufra, is reportedly an extinct Berber language formerly spoken in the town of Kufra in southeastern Libya. No data seems to be attested for it, and it is described by Benkato (2017) as a "ghost language" that may never have existed.
- Blench (2001) "Types of language spread and their archaeological correlates: the example of Berber", Origini XXIII, p. 186. Retrieved 2015 October 26.
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