Riff languages

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Riff
Riffian
Geographic
distribution
North Africa
Linguistic classificationAfro-Asiatic
GlottologNone
Percent of Tarifit speakers in Morocco by census 2004 Based on data found Here

In some classifications, the Riff (Rif) languages are a branch of the Zenati Berber languages (Northern Berber), of the Rif area of Morocco, that includes Riffian, one of the major Berber languages.

Blench (2006) considers Riff to be a dialect cluster, consisting of the following varieties:[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ AA list, Blench, ms, 2006