Kossmann's "Northern Saharan oasis" dialects
The Mzab–Wargla languages or Northern Saharan oasis dialects are a dialect cluster of the Zenati languages, within the Northern Berber subbranch. They are spoken in scattered oases of Algeria and Morocco.
- Kossmann (2013)
Marteen Kossmann (2013) listed six "Northern Saharan oasis" dialects:
- Ethnologue (2009)
In Ethnologue XVI (2009), the "Mzab–Wargla" languages are listed as:
- Tagargrent (Wargli)
- Temacine Tamazight (Tugurt)
- Taznatit ("Zenati": Gurara, Tuwat and South Oran)
- Tumzabt (Mozabite)
- Blench & Dendo (2006)
However, Senhaja is actually an Atlas language.
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