Shilha

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Shilha (from Colloquial Arabic Šəlḥa) is a term used to refer to a number of Berber languages spoken across northern Africa. In international usage, it most commonly refers to [[Shilha language| Tashelhiyt (Tašlḥiyt), the language of the Išlḥiyn of southwestern Morocco. Other Berber varieties that it is used to refer to include:

It is also used locally to refer to a non-Berber language of the region, Korandje in Tabelbala.

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