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Kabyle language

Index Kabyle language

Kabyle, or Kabylian (native name: Taqbaylit), is a Berber language spoken by the Kabyle people in the north and northeast of Algeria. [1]

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A Vava Inouva

A Vava Inouva is the successful 1976 debut album by Idir, the Algerian singer of Kabyle music.

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Afroasiatic languages

Afroasiatic (Afro-Asiatic), also known as Afrasian and traditionally as Hamito-Semitic (Chamito-Semitic) or Semito-Hamitic, is a large language family of about 300 languages and dialects.

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Ait Bouada

Ait Bouada is a town in north central Algeria.

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Ait Irane

Aït Irane (Taqbaylit), ath yirane (in Kabyle) ⴰⵉⵜ ⵉⵔⴰⵏⴻ in Tifinagh, means izmawen, is one of the villages of the Aït Bouadou commune, also called Ath Vouvaddou or Beni Bouaddou.

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Algeria

Algeria (الجزائر, familary Algerian Arabic الدزاير; ⴷⵣⴰⵢⴻⵔ; Dzayer; Algérie), officially the People's Democratic Republic of Algeria, is a sovereign state in North Africa on the Mediterranean coast.

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Algerians in France

Algerians in France are people of Algerian descent living in France.

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Amour Abdenour

Amour Abdenour (born February 17, 1952 in Leflaye, near Bejaia (Algeria)) is a Kabyle singer, songwriter and composer.

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Apostasy in Islam

Apostasy in Islam (ردة or ارتداد) is commonly defined as the conscious abandonment of Islam by a Muslim in word or through deed.

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Arabic

Arabic (العَرَبِيَّة) or (عَرَبِيّ) or) is a Central Semitic language that first emerged in Iron Age northwestern Arabia and is now the lingua franca of the Arab world. It is named after the Arabs, a term initially used to describe peoples living from Mesopotamia in the east to the Anti-Lebanon mountains in the west, in northwestern Arabia, and in the Sinai peninsula. Arabic is classified as a macrolanguage comprising 30 modern varieties, including its standard form, Modern Standard Arabic, which is derived from Classical Arabic. As the modern written language, Modern Standard Arabic is widely taught in schools and universities, and is used to varying degrees in workplaces, government, and the media. The two formal varieties are grouped together as Literary Arabic (fuṣḥā), which is the official language of 26 states and the liturgical language of Islam. Modern Standard Arabic largely follows the grammatical standards of Classical Arabic and uses much of the same vocabulary. However, it has discarded some grammatical constructions and vocabulary that no longer have any counterpart in the spoken varieties, and has adopted certain new constructions and vocabulary from the spoken varieties. Much of the new vocabulary is used to denote concepts that have arisen in the post-classical era, especially in modern times. During the Middle Ages, Literary Arabic was a major vehicle of culture in Europe, especially in science, mathematics and philosophy. As a result, many European languages have also borrowed many words from it. Arabic influence, mainly in vocabulary, is seen in European languages, mainly Spanish and to a lesser extent Portuguese, Valencian and Catalan, owing to both the proximity of Christian European and Muslim Arab civilizations and 800 years of Arabic culture and language in the Iberian Peninsula, referred to in Arabic as al-Andalus. Sicilian has about 500 Arabic words as result of Sicily being progressively conquered by Arabs from North Africa, from the mid 9th to mid 10th centuries. Many of these words relate to agriculture and related activities (Hull and Ruffino). Balkan languages, including Greek and Bulgarian, have also acquired a significant number of Arabic words through contact with Ottoman Turkish. Arabic has influenced many languages around the globe throughout its history. Some of the most influenced languages are Persian, Turkish, Spanish, Urdu, Kashmiri, Kurdish, Bosnian, Kazakh, Bengali, Hindi, Malay, Maldivian, Indonesian, Pashto, Punjabi, Tagalog, Sindhi, and Hausa, and some languages in parts of Africa. Conversely, Arabic has borrowed words from other languages, including Greek and Persian in medieval times, and contemporary European languages such as English and French in modern times. Classical Arabic is the liturgical language of 1.8 billion Muslims and Modern Standard Arabic is one of six official languages of the United Nations. All varieties of Arabic combined are spoken by perhaps as many as 422 million speakers (native and non-native) in the Arab world, making it the fifth most spoken language in the world. Arabic is written with the Arabic alphabet, which is an abjad script and is written from right to left, although the spoken varieties are sometimes written in ASCII Latin from left to right with no standardized orthography.

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Ath Aissa Mimoun

Aït Aissa Mimoune, Kabyle name Ath Aissa Mimoune, known formerly Djebel Aïssa Mimoun, is a commune (borough) in the District of Ouaguenoun, Tizi Ouzou Province, Kabylie region, Algeria.

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Béjaïa

Béjaïa (بِجَايَة, Bijayah; Bgayet, Bgayeth, ⴱⴳⴰⵢⴻⵜ), formerly Bougie and Bugia, is a Mediterranean port city on the Gulf of Béjaïa in Algeria; it is the capital of Béjaïa Province, Kabylia.

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Beni Douala

Beni Douala is a town and commune in Tizi Ouzou Province in northern Algeria.

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Beni Snous dialect

Beni Snous is a Berber variety close to Riffian Berber spoken near Tlemcen in Algeria.

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Berber Arouch Citizens' Movement

The Arouch Movement or Berber Arouch Citizens' Movement (Kabyle: Laarac; French: Mouvement citoyen des Aarchs) is an organization in Algeria representing the Kabyle people, a Berber group of the province of Kabylie.

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Berber languages

The Berber languages, also known as Berber or the Amazigh languages (Berber name: Tamaziɣt, Tamazight; Neo-Tifinagh: ⵜⴰⵎⴰⵣⵉⵖⵜ, Tuareg Tifinagh: ⵜⴰⵎⴰⵣⵉⵗⵜ, ⵝⴰⵎⴰⵣⵉⵗⵝ), are a branch of the Afroasiatic language family.

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Berber Latin alphabet

The Berber Latin alphabet (Agemmay Amaziɣ Alatin) is the version of the Latin alphabet used to write the Berber languages.

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Berber orthography

Berber orthography is the writing system(s) used to transcribe the Berber languages.

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Berbers

Berbers or Amazighs (Berber: Imaziɣen, ⵉⵎⴰⵣⵉⵗⴻⵏ; singular: Amaziɣ, ⴰⵎⴰⵣⵉⵗ) are an ethnic group indigenous to North Africa, primarily inhabiting Algeria, northern Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, northern Niger, Tunisia, Libya, and a part of western Egypt.

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Bibans

The Bibans or Biban Range (البيبان, Kabylian: Tiggoura, Chaîne des Bibans or Les Bibans) are a chain of mountains in northern Algeria, bordering the south of Kabylie.

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Bible translations into Berber languages

The history of Bible translation into the Berber language is fairly recent.

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Blida

Blida (البليدة) is a city in Algeria.

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Brahim Zafour

Brahim Zafour (in kabyle: Brahim Zafur; born November 30, 1977 in Tizi Ouzou) is a former Algerian football player.

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Cat

The domestic cat (Felis silvestris catus or Felis catus) is a small, typically furry, carnivorous mammal.

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CBC Benna

CBC Benna (سي بي سي بنة) formerly Benna TV (بنة تي في) is an Algerian basic cable and satellite television channel that is owned by Echourouk Group, The channel airs both specials and regular episodic programs about food and cooking.

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Central Atlas Tamazight

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Channel 4 (Algeria)

TV Tamazight 4 is an Algerian Berber language public national television channel.

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Chaoui people

The Chaoui people or Shawia (شاويه, Išawiyen) are a Berber population inhabiting the Aurès, Batna and Khenchla Oum bwaghi Biskra regions located in and surrounded by the Aurès Mountains.

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Chérif Abdeslam

Chérif Abdeslam (in kabyle: Crif Σebdesslam) (born 1 September 1978 in Hussein Dey, Algiers) is an Algerian football player who is currently playing as a midfielder for ASO Chlef in the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1.

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Cheikh El Hasnaoui

Cheikh El Hasnaoui (1910–2002) was a Berber singer born in a small town near Tizi Ouzou in Algeria.

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Circumfix

A circumfix (abbreviated) or confix is an affix which has two parts, one placed at the start of a word, and the other at the end.

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Culture of North Africa

The people are of the Maghreb and the Sahara speak various dialects of Berber and Arabic, and almost exclusively follow Islam.

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Demographics of Algeria

This article is about the demographic features of the population of Algeria, including population density, ethnicity, education level, health of the populace, economic status, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population.

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Demographics of Canada

This article is about the demographic features of the population of Canada, including population density, ethnicity, religious affiliations and other aspects of the population, the People of Canada.

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Demographics of Montreal

The Demographics of Montreal concern population growth and structure for Montreal, Quebec, Canada.

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Djamel Laroussi

Djamel Laroussi is an Algerian singer, composer, songwriter, arranger and guitar player.

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Djurdjura

The Djurdjura or Jurjura Range (جبال جرجرة, Jabal Jurjura; Berber Adrar n Jerjer) is a mountain range of the Tell Atlas, part of the Atlas Mountain System.

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Djurdjura National Park

The national park of Djurdjura (الحديقة الوطنية جرجرة) is one of the national parks of Algeria.

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Dub Inc

Dub Incorporation (since 2006 just Dub Inc) is a reggae band from Saint-Étienne, France together since 1997.

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Fadhma Aït Mansour

Marguerite-Fadhma Aït Mansour Amrouche (c. 1882 in Tizi Hibel, Algeria – July 9, 1967 in Saint-Brice-en-Coglès, France) was a poet and folksinger.

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Farid Ali (singer)

Farid Ali (Kabyle: Farid Ali; January 9, 1919 – October 19, 1981) was an Algerian singer.

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Fatima (given name)

Fatima (فَاطِمَة.) is a female given name of Arabic origin used throughout the Islamic world.

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Guttural

Guttural speech sounds are those with a primary place of articulation near the back of the oral cavity.

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Hassan Yebda

Hassan Yebda (حسان يبدة; born 14 May 1984) is an Algerian professional footballer who plays for Portuguese club C.F. Os Belenenses as a central midfielder.

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Hill people

Hill people is a general term for people who live in hills and mountains.

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History of medieval Tunisia

The medieval era of Tunisia starts with what will eventually return Ifriqiya (Tunisia, and the entire Maghrib) to local Berber rule.

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Idir

Hamid Cheriet (in Kabyle language Ḥamid Ceryat) better known by his stage name Idir (in Kabyle language Yidir) (b. 1949 in Ath Yenni, Algeria) is an Amazigh musician.

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Inch'Allah Dimanche

Inch'Allah Dimanche (إن شاء الله الأحد, Sunday God Willing) is a 2001 French/Algerian movie by Yamina Benguigui about the life of an Algerian immigrant woman in France.

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Index of Algeria-related articles

Articles (arranged alphabetically) related to Algeria include.

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Index of language articles

This is a partial index of 773 Wikipedia articles treating natural languages, arranged alphabetically.

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Influence of Arabic on other languages

Arabic has had a great influence on other languages, especially in vocabulary.

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ISO 3166-1 alpha-2

ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 codes are two-letter country codes defined in ISO 3166-1, part of the ISO 3166 standard published by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO), to represent countries, dependent territories, and special areas of geographical interest.

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ISO 639:k

|- !kaa | ||kaa||I/L|| ||Қарақалпақ||Karakalpak||karakalpak||karakalpako||卡拉卡尔帕克语||каракалпакский||Karakalpakisch |- !kab | ||kab||I/L|| ||Taqbaylit||Kabyle||kabyle||cabilio||卡拜尔语; 卡布列语||кабильский||Kabylisch |- !kac | ||kac||I/L|| || || Jingpho ||kachin|| ||景颇语; 克钦语||качинский||Kachin |- !kad | || ||I/L|| || ||Kadara|| || || || || |- !kae | || ||I/E|| || ||Ketangalan|| || ||凯达格兰语|| || |- !kaf | || ||I/L|| || ||Katso|| || || || || |- !kag | || ||I/L|| || ||Kajaman|| || || || || |- !kah | || ||I/L|| || ||Kara (Central African Republic)|| || || || || |- !kai | || ||I/L|| || ||Karekare|| || || || || |- !kaj | || ||I/L|| ||Kaje||Jju|| || || || || |- !kak | || ||I/L|| || ||Kallahan, Kayapa|| || || || || |- !kal |kl||kal||I/L|| ||kalaallisut||Kalaallisut||groenlandais||groenlandés||格陵兰语||гренландский||Kalaallisut |- !kam | ||kam||I/L|| || ||Kamba (Kenya)||kamba|| ||卡姆巴语; 坎巴语||камба|| |- !kan |kn||kan||I/L|| ||ಕನ್ನಡ||Kannada||||canarés||卡纳达语; 康纳达语||каннада||Kannada |- !kao | || ||I/L|| || ||Xaasongaxango|| || || || || |- !kap | || ||I/L|| ||Бежкьа||Bezhta||bezhta||bezhta|| || || |- !kaq | || ||I/L|| || ||Capanahua|| || || || || |- !kas |ks||kas||I/L|| ||كشميري||Kashmiri||kashmiri||cachemir||克什米尔语||кашмири||Kashmiri |- !kat |ka||geo||I/L|| ||ქართული||Georgian||géorgien||georgiano||格鲁吉亚语; 乔治亚语||грузинский||Georgisch |- !kau |kr||kau||M/L|| ||kanuri||Kanuri||kanouri||canurí||卡努里语||канури||Kanuri |- !kav | || ||I/L|| || ||Katukína|| ||katukína|| || || |- !kaw | ||kaw||I/A|| ||Bhāṣa Kawi||Kawi||kawi|| ||卡威语; 古爪哇语||кави|| |- !kax | || ||I/L|| || ||Kao|| || || || || |- !kay | || ||I/L|| || ||Kamayurá|| ||kamayurá|| || || |- !kaz |kk||kaz||I/L|| ||Қазақша||Kazakh||||kazaj(i)o||哈萨克语||казахский||Kasachisch |- !kba | || ||I/E|| || ||Kalarko|| || || || || |- !kbb | || ||I/E|| || ||Kaxuiâna|| ||kaxuiâna|| || || |- !kbc | || ||I/L|| || ||Kadiwéu|| || || || || |- !kbd | ||kbd||I/L|| ||къэбэрдеибзэ||Kabardian||kabardien||cabardiano||卡巴尔达语||кабардино-черкесский||Kabardinisch |- !kbe | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanju|| || || || || |- !kbf | || ||I/E|| || ||Kakauhua|| || || || || |- !kbg | || ||I/L|| || ||Khamba|| || || || || |- !kbh | || ||I/L|| || ||Camsá|| ||camsá|| || || |- !kbi | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaptiau|| || || || || |- !kbj | || ||I/L|| || ||Kari|| || || || || |- !kbk | || ||I/L|| || ||Koiari, Grass|| || || || || |- !kbl | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanembu|| || || || || |- !kbm | || ||I/L|| || ||Iwal|| || || || || |- !kbn | || ||I/L|| || ||Kare (Central African Republic)|| || || || || |- !kbo | || ||I/L|| || ||Keliko|| || || || || |- !kbp | || ||I/L|| || ||Kabiyé|| || || || || |- !kbq | || ||I/L|| || ||Kamano|| || || || || |- !kbr | || ||I/L|| || ||Kafa||kafa|| || || || |- !kbs | || ||I/L|| || ||Kande|| || || || || |- !kbt | || ||I/L|| || ||Abadi|| || || ||авадхи|| |- !kbu | || ||I/L|| || ||Kabutra|| || || || || |- !kbv | || ||I/L|| || ||Dera (Indonesia)|| || || || || |- !kbw | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaiep|| || || || || |- !kbx | || ||I/L|| || ||Ap Ma|| || || || || |- !kby | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanuri, Manga|| || || || || |- !kbz | || ||I/L|| || ||Duhwa|| || || || || |- !kca | || ||I/L|| ||ханты||Khanty||khanty||janti||汉特语||хантыйский||Chantisch |- !kcb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kawacha|| || || || || |- !kcc | || ||I/L|| || ||Lubila|| || || || || |- !kcd | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanum, Ngkâlmpw|| || || || || |- !kce | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaivi|| || || || || |- !kcf | || ||I/L|| || ||Ukaan|| || || || || |- !kcg | || ||I/L|| || ||Tyap|| || || || || |- !kch | || ||I/L|| || ||Vono|| || || || || |- !kci | || ||I/L|| || ||Kamantan|| || || || || |- !kcj | || ||I/L|| || ||Kobiana|| || || || || |- !kck | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalanga|| || || ||каланга|| |- !kcl | || ||I/L|| || ||Kela (Papua New Guinea)|| || || || || |- !kcm | || ||I/L|| || ||Gula (Central African Republic)|| || || || || |- !kcn | || ||I/L|| || ||Nubi|| || || || || |- !kco | || ||I/L|| || ||Kinalakna|| || || || || |- !kcp | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanga|| || || || || |- !kcq | || ||I/L|| || ||Kamo|| || || || || |- !kcr | || ||I/L|| || ||Katla|| || || || || |- !kcs | || ||I/L|| || ||Koenoem|| || || || || |- !kct | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaian|| || || || || |- !kcu | || ||I/L|| || ||Kami (Tanzania)|| || || || || |- !kcv | || ||I/L|| || ||Kete|| || || || || |- !kcw | || ||I/L|| || ||Kabwari|| || || || || |- !kcx | || ||I/L|| || ||Kachama-Ganjule|| || || || || |- !kcy | || ||I/L|| || ||Korandje|| || || || || |- !kcz | || ||I/L|| || ||Konongo|| || || || || |- !kda | || ||I/E|| || ||Worimi|| || || || || |- !kdc | || ||I/L|| || ||Kutu|| || || || || |- !kdd | || ||I/L|| || ||Yankunytjatjara|| || || || || |- !kde | || ||I/L|| || ||Makonde|| || ||马孔德语||маконде|| |- !kdf | || ||I/L|| || ||Mamusi|| || || || || |- !kdg | || ||I/L|| || ||Seba|| || || || || |- !kdh | || ||I/L|| || ||Tem|| || || || || |- !kdi | || ||I/L|| || ||Kumam|| || || || || |- !kdj | || ||I/L|| || ||Karamojong|| || ||卡拉莫琼语|| || |- !kdk | || ||I/L|| || ||Numee|| || || || || |- !kdl | || ||I/L|| || ||Tsikimba|| || || || || |- !kdm | || ||I/L|| || ||Kagoma|| || || || || |- !kdn | || ||I/L|| || ||Kunda|| || || ||кунда|| |- !kdp | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaningdon-Nindem|| || || || || |- !kdq | || ||I/L|| || ||Koch|| || || || || |- !kdr | || ||I/L|| ||Къарай||Karaim||karaim||karaim||卡拉伊姆语||караимский||Karaimisch |- !(kds) | || || || || ||Lahu Shi|| || || || || |- !kdt | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuy|| || || || || |- !kdu | || ||I/L|| || ||Kadaru|| || || || || |- !(kdv) | || ||I/L|| || ||Kado|| || || || || |- !kdw | || ||I/L|| || ||Koneraw|| || || || || |- !kdx | || ||I/L|| || ||Kam|| || || || || |- !kdy | || ||I/L|| || ||Keder|| || || || || |- !kdz | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwaja|| || || || || |- !kea | || ||I/L|| ||kriolu kabuverdianu||Kabuverdianu||créole du Cap-Vert|| || || ||Kapverdisch |- !keb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kélé|| || || || || |- !kec | || ||I/L|| || ||Keiga|| || || || || |- !ked | || ||I/L|| || ||Kerewe|| || || || || |- !kee | || ||I/L|| || ||Keres, Eastern|| || || || || |- !kef | || ||I/L|| || ||Kpessi|| || || || || |- !keg | || ||I/L|| || ||Tese|| || || || || |- !keh | || ||I/L|| || ||Keak|| || || || || |- !kei | || ||I/L|| || ||Kei|| || || || || |- !kej | || ||I/L|| || ||Kadar|| || || || || |- !kek | || ||I/L|| || ||Kekchí||kekchi||kekchí|| || || |- !kel | || ||I/L|| || ||Kela (Democratic Republic of Congo)|| || || || || |- !kem | || ||I/L|| || ||Kemak|| || || || || |- !ken | || ||I/L|| || ||Kenyang|| || || || || |- !keo | || ||I/L|| || ||Kakwa|| ||kákwâ|| || || |- !kep | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaikadi|| || || || || |- !keq | || ||I/L|| || ||Kamar|| || || || || |- !ker | || ||I/L|| || ||Kera|| || || || || |- !kes | || ||I/L|| || ||Kugbo|| || || || || |- !ket | || ||I/L|| || ||Ket||ket|| ||愒语|| || |- !keu | || ||I/L|| || ||Akebu|| || || || || |- !kev | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanikkaran|| || || || || |- !kew | || ||I/L|| || ||Kewa, West|| || || || || |- !kex | || ||I/L|| || ||Kukna|| || || || || |- !key | || ||I/L|| || ||Kupia|| || || || || |- !kez | || ||I/L|| || ||Kukele|| || || || || |- !kfa | || ||I/L|| ||ಕೊಡವ||Kodava|| || ||科达古语|| || |- !kfb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kolami, Northwestern|| || ||科拉米语|| || |- !kfc | || ||I/L|| || ||Konda-Dora|| || ||孔达语|| || |- !kfd | || ||I/L|| || ||Koraga, Korra|| || || || || |- !kfe | || ||I/L|| || ||Kota (India)|| || ||科塔语|| || |- !kff | || ||I/L|| || ||Koya|| ||koya|| || || |- !kfg | || ||I/L|| || ||Kudiya|| || || || || |- !kfh | || ||I/L|| || ||Kurichiya|| || || || || |- !kfi | || ||I/L|| || ||Kurumba|| || || || || |- !kfj | || ||I/L|| || ||Kemiehua|| || ||克蔑语|| || |- !kfk | || ||I/L|| || ||Kinnauri|| ||kinnauri|| || || |- !kfl | || ||I/L|| || ||Kung|| || || || || |- !kfm | || ||I/L|| || ||Khunsari|| || || || || |- !kfn | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuk|| || || || || |- !kfo | || ||I/L|| || ||Koro (Côte d'Ivoire)|| || || || || |- !kfp | || ||I/L|| || ||Korwa|| ||korwa|| || || |- !kfq | || ||I/L|| || ||Korku|| ||korku||科尔库语|| || |- !kfr | || ||I/L|| ||કચ્ચિ||Kachchi|| || || || || |- !kfs | || ||I/L|| || ||Bilaspuri|| || || || || |- !kft | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanjari|| || || || || |- !kfu | || ||I/L|| || ||Katkari|| || || || || |- !kfv | || ||I/L|| || ||Kurmukar|| || || || || |- !kfw | || ||I/L|| || ||Naga, Kharam|| || || || || |- !kfx | || ||I/L|| || ||Pahari, Kullu|| || || || || |- !kfy | || ||I/L|| || ||Kumauni|| || || || || |- !kfz | || ||I/L|| || ||Koromfé|| || || || || |- !kga | || ||I/L|| || ||Koyaga|| || || || || |- !kgb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kawe|| || || || || |- !kgc | || ||I/L|| || ||Kasseng|| || || || || |- !kgd | || ||I/L|| || ||Kataang|| || || || || |- !kge | || ||I/L|| || ||Komering|| || || || || |- !kgf | || ||I/L|| || ||Kube|| || || || || |- !kgg | || ||I/L|| || ||Kusunda|| || || || || |- !(kgh) | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalinga, Upper Tanudan|| || || || || |- !kgi | || ||I/L|| || ||Selangor Sign Language|| || ||雪兰莪手语|| || |- !kgj | || ||I/L|| || ||Kham, Gamale|| || || || || |- !kgk | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaiwá|| ||kaiwá|| || || |- !kgl | || ||I/E|| || ||Kunggari|| || || || || |- !kgm | || ||I/E|| || ||Karipúna|| ||karipúna|| || || |- !kgn | || ||I/L|| || ||Karingani|| || || || || |- !kgo | || ||I/L|| || ||Krongo|| || || || || |- !kgp | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaingáng||kaingáng|| || || || |- !kgq | || ||I/L|| || ||Kamoro|| || || || || |- !kgr | || ||I/L|| || ||Abun||abun|| || || || |- !kgs | || ||I/L|| || ||Kumbainggar|| || || || || |- !kgt | || ||I/L|| || ||Somyev|| || || || || |- !kgu | || ||I/L|| || ||Kobol|| || || || || |- !kgv | || ||I/L|| || ||Karas|| || || || || |- !kgw | || ||I/L|| || ||Karon Dori|| || || || || |- !kgx | || ||I/L|| || ||Kamaru|| || || || || |- !kgy | || ||I/L|| || ||Kyerung|| || || || || |- !kha | ||kha||I/L|| ||Khasi||Khasi||khasi||jasí||卡西语||кхаси||Khasi |- !khb | || ||I/L|| || ||Lü|| || ||傣仂语; 傣泐语; 西双版纳傣语|| || |- !khc | || ||I/L|| || ||Tukang Besi North|| || || || || |- !khd | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanum, Bädi|| || || || || |- !khe | || ||I/L|| || ||Korowai|| || || || || |- !khf | || ||I/L|| || ||Khuen|| || || || || |- !khg | || ||I/L|| || ||Tibetan, Khams|| || ||康藏语|| || |- !khh | || ||I/L|| || ||Kehu|| || || || || |- !khj | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuturmi|| || || || || |- !khk | || ||I/L|| || ||Mongolian, Halh|| || ||喀尔喀蒙古语|| || |- !khl | || ||I/L|| || ||Lusi|| || || || || |- !khm |km||khm||I/L|| ||ខ្មែរ||Khmer||khmer||jemer||高棉语||кхмерский|| |- !khn | || ||I/L|| || ||Khandesi|| ||jandeshi|| || || |- !kho | ||kho||I/A|| || ||Khotanese||khotanais|| ||于阗语||хотанский|| |- !khp | || ||I/L|| || ||Kapori|| || || || || |- !khq | || ||I/L|| || ||Songhay, Koyra Chiini|| || || || || |- !khr | || ||I/L|| || ||Kharia|| ||jaria|| || || |- !khs | || ||I/L|| || ||Kasua|| || || || || |- !kht | || ||I/L|| || ||Khamti|| || ||坎梯语|| || |- !khu | || ||I/L|| || ||Nkhumbi|| || || || || |- !khv | || ||I/L|| || ||Khvarshi||khvarchi||khvarshi|| || || |- !khw | || ||I/L|| || ||Khowar|| || ||科瓦语|| || |- !khx | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanu|| || || || || |- !khy | || ||I/L|| || ||Kele (Democratic Republic of Congo)|| || || ||келе|| |- !khz | || ||I/L|| || ||Keapara|| || || || || |- !kia | || ||I/L|| || ||Kim|| || || || || |- !kib | || ||I/L|| || ||Koalib|| || || || || |- !kic | || ||I/L|| ||kikapú||Kickapoo|| ||kikapú|| || || |- !kid | || ||I/L|| || ||Koshin|| || || || || |- !kie | || ||I/L|| || ||Kibet|| || || || || |- !kif | || ||I/L|| || ||Parbate, Eastern|| || || || || |- !kig | || ||I/L|| || ||Kimaama|| || || || || |- !kih | || ||I/L|| || ||Kilmeri|| || || || || |- !kii | || ||I/E|| || ||Kitsai||kitsai|| || || || |- !kij | || ||I/L|| || ||Kilivila|| || || || ||Kilivila |- !kik |ki||kik||I/L|| ||Gĩkũyũ||Kikuyu||kikuyu||quicuyú||基库尤语; 吉库尤语||кикуйю||Kikuyu |- !kil | || ||I/L|| || ||Kariya|| || || || || |- !kim | || ||I/L|| ||Тоъфа||Karagas|| ||tofa||卡拉嘎斯语|| || |- !kin |rw||kin||I/L|| ||kinyaRwanda||Kinyarwanda||||ruandés||基尼阿万达语; 卢安达语||киньяруанда||Kinyarwanda |- !kio | || ||I/L|| ||Cáuijo̱:gà||Kiowa||kiowa||kiowa||基奧瓦语|| || |- !kip | || ||I/L|| || ||Kham, Sheshi|| || || || || |- !kiq | || ||I/L|| || ||Kosadle|| || || || || |- !kir |ky||kir||I/L|| ||Кыргыз||Kyrgyz||kirghize||kirguís||吉尔吉斯语; 柯尔克孜语||киргизский||Kirgisisch |- !kis | || ||I/L|| || ||Kis|| || || || ||Kis |- !kit | || ||I/L|| || ||Agob|| || || || || |- !kiu | || ||I/L|| || ||Kirmanjki (individual language)|| || ||北扎扎其语|| || |- !kiv | || ||I/L|| || ||Kimbu|| || || || || |- !kiw | || ||I/L|| || ||Kiwai, Northeast|| || || || || |- !kix | || ||I/L|| || ||Khiamniungan Naga|| || || || || |- !kiy | || ||I/L|| || ||Kirikiri|| || || || || |- !kiz | || ||I/L|| || ||Kisi|| || || || || |- !kja | || ||I/L|| || ||Mlap|| || || || || |- !kjb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanjobal, Eastern|| || || || || |- !kjc | || ||I/L|| || ||Konjo, Coastal|| || || || || |- !kjd | || ||I/L|| || ||Kiwai, Southern|| || || || || |- !kje | || ||I/L|| || ||Kisar|| || || || ||Kisar |- !kjf | || ||I/L|| || ||Khalaj|| || || ||Халаджский язык||Chaladschische Sprache |- !kjg | || ||I/L|| || ||Khmu|| || ||克木语|| || |- !kjh | || ||I/L|| ||Хакасча||Khakas|| ||jakas||哈卡斯语||хакасский||Chakassische Sprache |- !kji | || ||I/L|| || ||Zabana|| || || || || |- !kjj | || ||I/L|| || ||Khinalugh||khinalough||khinalugh|| || || |- !kjk | || ||I/L|| || ||Konjo, Highland|| || || || || |- !kjl | || ||I/L|| || ||Parbate, Western|| || || || || |- !kjm | || ||I/L|| || ||Kháng|| || || || || |- !kjn | || ||I/L|| || ||Kunjen|| || || || || |- !kjo | || ||I/L|| || ||Kinnauri, Harijan|| || || || || |- !kjp | || ||I/L|| || ||Karen, Pwo Eastern|| || || || || |- !kjq | || ||I/L|| || ||Keres, Western|| || || || || |- !kjr | || ||I/L|| || ||Kurudu|| || || || || |- !kjs | || ||I/L|| || ||Kewa, East|| || || || || |- !kjt | || ||I/L|| || ||Karen, Phrae Pwo|| || || || || |- !kju | || ||I/L|| || ||Kashaya|| || || || || |- ! kjv | || ||I/H|| ||Kajkavski||Kaikavian literary language (Kajkavian)||Kaïkavienne|| || ||кайкавский||Kaikawisch |- !kjx | || ||I/L|| || ||Ramopa|| || || || || |- !kjy | || ||I/L|| || ||Erave|| || || || || |- !kjz | || ||I/L|| || ||Bumthangkha||bumthang|| || || || |- !kka | || ||I/L|| || ||Kakanda|| || || || || |- !kkb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwerisa|| || || || || |- !kkc | || ||I/L|| || ||Odoodee|| || || || || |- !kkd | || ||I/L|| || ||Kinuku|| || || || || |- !kke | || ||I/L|| || ||Kakabe|| || || || || |- !kkf | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalaktang Monpa|| || ||噶拉塘-门巴语|| || |- !kkg | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalinga, Mabaka Valley|| || || || || |- !kkh | || ||I/L|| || ||Khün|| || ||坤语|| || |- !kki | || ||I/L|| || ||Kagulu|| || || || || |- !kkj | || ||I/L|| || ||Kako|| || || || || |- !kkk | || ||I/L|| || ||Kokota|| || || || || |- !kkl | || ||I/L|| || ||Yale, Kosarek|| || || || || |- !kkm | || ||I/L|| || ||Kiong|| || || || || |- !kkn | || ||I/L|| || ||Kon Keu|| || || || || |- !kko | || ||I/L|| || ||Karko|| || || || || |- !kkp | || ||I/L|| || ||Gugubera|| || || || || |- !kkq | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaiku|| || || || || |- !kkr | || ||I/L|| || ||Kir-Balar|| || || || || |- !kks | || ||I/L|| || ||Giiwo|| || || || || |- !kkt | || ||I/L|| || ||Koi|| || || || || |- !kku | || ||I/L|| || ||Tumi|| || || || || |- !kkv | || ||I/L|| || ||Kangean|| || || || || |- !kkw | || ||I/L|| || ||Teke-Kukuya|| || || || || |- !kkx | || ||I/L|| || ||Kohin|| || || || || |- !kky | || ||I/L|| || ||Guguyimidjir|| || || || || |- !kkz | || ||I/L|| ||Dene Dzage||Kaska|| || ||卡斯卡语|| || |- !kla | || ||I/E|| || ||Klamath-Modoc|| ||klamath-modoc|| || || |- !klb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kiliwa|| ||kiliwa|| || || |- !klc | || ||I/L|| || ||Kolbila|| || || || || |- !kld | || ||I/L|| || ||Gamilaraay|| || || || || |- !kle | || ||I/L|| || ||Kulung (Nepal)|| || || || || |- !klf | || ||I/L|| || ||Kendeje|| || || || || |- !klg | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalagan, Tagakaulu|| || || || || |- !klh | || ||I/L|| || ||Weliki|| || || || || |- !kli | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalumpang|| || || || || |- !klj | || ||I/L||||Qalayce||Khalaj, Turkic|| ||jalaj||哈拉吉语|| || |- !klk | || ||I/L|| || ||Kono (Nigeria)|| || || || || |- !kll | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalagan, Kagan|| || || || || |- !klm | || ||I/L|| || ||Kolom|| || || || || |- !kln | || ||M/L|| || ||Kalenjin|| || ||卡伦津语|| || |- !klo | || ||I/L|| || ||Kapya|| || || || || |- !klp | || ||I/L|| || ||Kamasa|| || || || || |- !klq | || ||I/L|| || ||Rumu|| || || || || |- !klr | || ||I/L|| || ||Khaling|| || || || || |- !kls | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalasha|| || || || || |- !klt | || ||I/L|| || ||Nukna|| || || || || |- !klu | || ||I/L|| || ||Klao|| || || || || |- !klv | || ||I/L|| || ||Maskelynes|| || || || || |- !klw | || ||I/L|| || ||Lindu|| || || || || |- !klx | || ||I/L|| || ||Koluwawa|| || || || || |- !kly | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalao|| || || || || |- !klz | || ||I/L|| || ||Kabola|| || || || || |- !kma | || ||I/L|| || ||Konni|| || || || || |- !kmb | ||kmb||I/L|| || ||Kimbundu||kimbundu|| ||姆本杜语||северный мбунду|| |- !kmc | || ||I/L|| || ||Dong, Southern|| || ||南侗语|| || |- !kmd | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalinga, Madukayang|| || || || || |- !kme | || ||I/L|| || ||Bakole|| || || || || |- !kmf | || ||I/L|| || ||Kare (Papua New Guinea)|| || || || || |- !kmg | || ||I/L|| || ||Kâte|| || || || || |- !kmh | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalam|| || || || || |- !kmi | || ||I/L|| || ||Kami (Nigeria)|| || || || || |- !kmj | || ||I/L|| || ||Kumarbhag Paharia|| || || || || |- !kmk | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalinga, Limos|| || || || || |- !kml | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalinga, Lower Tanudan|| || || || || |- !kmm | || ||I/L|| || ||Kom (India)|| || || || || |- !kmn | || ||I/L|| || ||Awtuw|| || || || || |- !kmo | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwoma|| || || || || |- !kmp | || ||I/L|| || ||Gimme|| || || || || |- !kmq | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwama|| || || || || |- !kmr | || ||I/L|| || ||Kurdish, northern|| || ||北库尔德语|| || |- !kms | || ||I/L|| || ||Kamasau|| || || || || |- !kmt | || ||I/L|| || ||Kemtuik|| || || || || |- !kmu | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanite|| || || || || |- !kmv | || ||I/L|| || ||Karipúna Creole French|| || || || || |- !kmw | || ||I/L|| || ||Komo (Democratic Republic of Congo)|| || || || || |- !kmx | || ||I/L|| || ||Waboda|| || || || || |- !kmy | || ||I/L|| || ||Koma|| || || || || |- !kmz | || ||I/L|| || ||Khorasani Turkish|| ||Idioma de Jorasán||呼罗珊土耳其语||Хорасанско-тюркский язык||Chorasan-türkische Sprache |- !kna | || ||I/L|| || ||Dera (Nigeria)|| || || || || |- !knb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalinga, Lubuagan|| || || || || |- !knc | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanuri, Central|| || || || || |- !knd | || ||I/L|| || ||Konda|| ||konda|| || || |- !kne | || ||I/L|| || ||Kankanaey|| || || || || |- !knf | || ||I/L|| || ||Mankanya||Mancagne (langue)|| || || || |- !kng | || ||I/L|| || ||Koongo|| || || || || |- !(knh) | || || || || ||Kayan River Kenyah|| || || || || |- !kni | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanufi|| || || || || |- !knj | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanjobal, Western|| || || || || |- !knk | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuranko|| || ||库兰科语|| || |- !knl | || ||I/L|| || ||Keninjal|| || || || || |- !knm | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanamarí|| || || || || |- !knn | || ||I/L|| ||ಕೊಂಕಣಿ||Konkani (specific)|| || ||孔卡尼语|| || |- !kno | || ||I/L|| || ||Kono (Sierra Leone)|| || || || || |- !knp | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwanja|| || || || || |- !knq | || ||I/L|| || ||Kintaq|| || || || || |- !knr | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaningra|| || || || || |- !kns | || ||I/L|| || ||Kensiu|| || || || || |- !knt | || ||I/L|| || ||Katukína, Panoan|| ||katukína|| || || |- !knu | || ||I/L|| || ||Kono (Guinea)|| || || || || |- !knv | || ||I/L|| || ||Tabo|| || || || || |- !knw | || ||I/L|| || ||Kung-Ekoka|| || || || || |- !knx | || ||I/L|| || ||Kendayan|| || || || || |- !kny | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanyok|| || || ||каньок|| |- !knz | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalamsé|| || || || || |- !koa | || ||I/L|| || ||Konomala|| || || || || |- !(kob) | || || || || ||Kohoroxitari|| || || || || |- !koc | || ||I/E|| || ||Kpati|| || || || || |- !kod | || ||I/L|| || ||Kodi|| || || || ||Kodi |- !koe | || ||I/L|| || ||Kacipo-Balesi|| || || || || |- !kof | || ||I/E|| || ||Kubi|| || || || || |- !kog | || ||I/L|| || ||Cogui|| ||cogui|| || || |- !koh | || ||I/L|| || ||Koyo|| || || || || |- !koi | || ||I/L|| ||перым-коми||Komi-Permyak|| || ||科米-彼尔米亚克语||коми-пермяцкий||Komipermjakisch |- !koj | || ||I/L|| || ||Sara Dunjo|| || || || || |- !kok | ||kok||M/L|| ||कॊंकणि||Konkani (generic)||konkani||konkani||孔卡尼语||конкани||Konkani |- !kol | || ||I/L|| || ||Kol (Papua New Guinea)|| || || || || |- !kom |kv||kom||M/L|| ||коми||Komi||kom||komi||科米语||коми||Komi |- !kon |kg||kon||M/L|| ||Kikongo||Kongo||kongo||kongo||刚果语||конго||Kikongo |- !koo | || ||I/L|| || ||Konjo|| || || || || |- !kop | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwato|| || || || || |- !koq | || ||I/L|| || ||Kota (Gabon)|| || || || || |- !kor |ko||kor||I/L|| ||한국어||Korean||coréen||coreano||朝鲜语; 韩语||корейский||Koreanisch |- !kos | ||kos||I/L|| ||Kosrae||Kosraean||kosrae|| ||科斯拉伊语|| ||Kosrae |- !kot | || ||I/L|| || ||Lagwan|| || || || || |- !kou | || ||I/L|| || ||Koke|| || || || || |- !kov | || ||I/L|| || ||Kudu-Camo|| || || || || |- !kow | || ||I/L|| || ||Kugama|| || || || || |- !kox | || ||I/E|| || ||Coxima|| || || || || |- !koy | || ||I/L|| || ||Koyukon|| || || || || |- !koz | || ||I/L|| || ||Korak|| || || || || |- !kpa | || ||I/L|| || ||Kutto|| || || || || |- !kpb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kurumba, Mullu|| || || || || |- !kpc | || ||I/L|| || ||Curripaco|| || || || || |- !kpd | || ||I/L|| || ||Koba|| || || || || |- !kpe | ||kpe||M/L|| ||kpele||Kpelle||kpellé|| ||克佩勒语||кпелле|| |- !kpf | || ||I/L|| || ||Komba|| || || || || |- !kpg | || ||I/L|| || ||Kapingamarangi|| || || || ||Kapingamarangi |- !kph | || ||I/L|| || ||Kplang|| || || || || |- !kpi | || ||I/L|| || ||Kofei|| || || || || |- !kpj | || ||I/L|| || ||Karajá|| ||Karajá || || || |- !kpk | || ||I/L|| || ||Kpan|| || || || || |- !kpl | || ||I/L|| || ||Kpala|| || || || || |- !kpm | || ||I/L|| || ||Koho|| || || || || |- !kpn | || ||I/E|| || ||Kepkiriwát|| ||kepkiriwát|| || || |- !kpo | || ||I/L|| ||Akpɔssɔ||Ikposo|| || || || || |- !(kpp) | || ||I/L|| || ||Karen, Paku|| || || || || |- !kpq | || ||I/L|| || ||Korupun-Sela|| || || || || |- !kpr | || ||I/L|| || ||Korafe|| || || || || |- !kps | || ||I/L|| || ||Tehit|| || || || || |- !kpt | || ||I/L|| || ||Karata||karata||karata||卡拉塔语|| || |- !kpu | || ||I/L|| || ||Kafoa|| || || || || |- !kpv | || ||I/L|| || ||Komi-Zyrian|| ||ciriano||科米语; 科米-兹梁语||коми-зырянский|| |- !kpw | || ||I/L|| || ||Kobon|| || || || || |- !kpx | || ||I/L|| || ||Koiali, Mountain|| || || || || |- !kpy | || ||I/L|| ||нымылг'эн йилыйыл, чав'чывэн йилыйил||Koryak||Koriak|| ||科里亚克语||корякский||Korjakische Sprache|| |- !kpz | || ||I/L|| || ||Kupsabiny|| || || || || |- !kqa | || ||I/L|| || ||Mum|| || || || || |- !kqb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kovai|| || || || || |- !kqc | || ||I/L|| || ||Doromu|| || || || || |- !kqd | || ||I/L|| || ||Koy Sanjaq Surat|| || || || || |- !kqe | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalagan|| || || || || |- !kqf | || ||I/L|| || ||Kakabai|| || || || || |- !kqg | || ||I/L|| || ||Khe|| || || || || |- !kqh | || ||I/L|| || ||Kisankasa|| || || || || |- !kqi | || ||I/L|| || ||Koitabu|| || || || || |- !kqj | || ||I/L|| || ||Koromira|| || || || || |- !kqk | || ||I/L|| || ||Gbe, Kotafon|| || || || || |- !kql | || ||I/L|| || ||Kyenele|| || || || || |- !kqm | || ||I/L|| || ||Khisa|| || || || || |- !kqn | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaonde|| || || ||каонде|| |- !kqo | || ||I/L|| || ||Krahn, Eastern|| || || || || |- !kqp | || ||I/L|| || ||Kimré|| || || || || |- !kqq | || ||I/L|| || ||Krenak|| || || || || |- !kqr | || ||I/L|| || ||Kimaragang|| || || || || |- !kqs | || ||I/L|| || ||Kissi, Northern|| || || || || |- !kqt | || ||I/L|| || ||Kadazan, Klias River|| || || || || |- !kqu | || ||I/E|| || ||Seroa|| || || || || |- !kqv | || ||I/L|| || ||Okolod|| || || || || |- !kqw | || ||I/L|| || ||Kandas|| || || || || |- !kqx | || ||I/L|| || ||Mser|| || || || || |- !kqy | || ||I/L|| || ||Koorete|| || || || || |- !kqz | || ||I/E|| || ||Korana|| || || || || |- !kra | || ||I/L|| || ||Kumhali|| || || || || |- !krb | || ||I/E|| || ||Karkin|| || || || || |- !krc | ||krc||I/L|| ||Къарачай-Малкъар||Karachay-Balkar||karatchaï balkar||karachay-balkar||卡拉恰伊-巴尔卡尔语||карачаево-балкарский||Karatschai-Balkarisch |- !krd | || ||I/L|| || ||Kairui-Midiki|| || || || || |- !kre | || ||I/L|| || ||Kreen-Akarore|| || || || || |- !krf | || ||I/L|| || ||Koro (Vanuatu)|| || || || || |- !(krg) | || || || || ||North Korowai|| || || || || |- !krh | || ||I/L|| || ||Kurama|| || || || || |- !kri | || ||I/L|| || ||Krio||keriu|| ||塞拉利昂克里奥尔语|| ||Krio |- !krj | || ||I/L|| || ||Kinaray-A|| || || || || |- !krk | || ||I/E|| || ||Kerek||Kerek|| || ||Керекский язык|| |- !krl | ||krl||I/L|| ||karjala||Karelian||carélien||carelio||卡累利阿语||карельский||Karelisch |- !krm | || ||I/L|| || ||Krim|| || || || || |- !krn | || ||I/L|| || ||Sapo|| || || || || |- !krp | || ||I/L|| || ||Korop|| || || || || |- !(krq) | || || || || ||Krui|| || || || || |- !krr | || ||I/L|| || ||Kru'ng 2|| || || || || |- !krs | || ||I/L|| || ||Gbaya (Sudan)|| || || || || |- !krt | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanuri, Tumari|| || || || || |- !kru | ||kru||I/L|| || ||Kurukh||kurukh||curuj||库卢克语|| || |- !krv | || ||I/L|| || ||Kravet|| || || || || |- !krw | || ||I/L|| || ||Krahn, Western|| || || || || |- !krx | || ||I/L|| || ||Karon||Karone (langue)|| || || || |- !kry | || ||I/L|| || ||Kryts|| ||kryts|| || || |- !krz | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanum, Sota|| || || || || |- !ksa | || ||I/L|| || ||Shuwa-Zamani|| || || || || |- !ksb | || ||I/L|| || ||Shambala|| || || ||шамбала|| |- !ksc | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalinga, Southern|| || || || || |- !ksd | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuanua|| || ||托莱语|| || |- !kse | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuni|| || || || || |- !ksf | || ||I/L|| || ||Bafia|| || || ||бафиа|| |- !ksg | || ||I/L|| || ||Kusaghe|| || || ||кусайе|| |- !ksh | || ||I/L|| ||Kölsch||Colognian||Kölsch|| ||库尔施语|| ||Kölsch |- !ksi | || ||I/L|| || ||Krisa|| || || || || |- !ksj | || ||I/L|| || ||Uare|| || || || || |- !ksk | || ||I/L|| ||Kaáⁿze||Kansa|| ||kansa|| || || |- !ksl | || ||I/L|| || ||Kumalu|| || || || || |- !ksm | || ||I/L|| || ||Kumba|| || || || || |- !ksn | || ||I/L|| || ||Kasiguranin|| || || || || |- !kso | || ||I/L|| || ||Kofa|| || || || || |- !ksp | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaba|| || || || || |- !ksq | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwaami|| || || || || |- !ksr | || ||I/L|| || ||Borong|| || || || || |- !kss | || ||I/L|| || ||Kisi, Southern|| || || || || |- !kst | || ||I/L|| || ||Winyé|| || || || || |- !ksu | || ||I/L|| || ||Khamyang|| || ||坎佯语|| || |- !ksv | || ||I/L|| || ||Kusu|| || || || || |- !ksw | || ||I/L|| || ||Karen, S'gaw|| || || || || |- !ksx | || ||I/L|| || ||Kedang|| || || || ||Kedang |- !ksy | || ||I/L|| || ||Kharia Thar|| || || || || |- !ksz | || ||I/L|| || ||Koraku|| || || || || |- !kta | || ||I/L|| || ||Katua|| || || || || |- !ktb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kambaata|| || || || || |- !ktc | || ||I/L|| || ||Kholok|| || || || || |- !ktd | || ||I/L|| || ||Kokata|| || || || || |- !kte | || ||I/L|| || ||Nubri|| || || || || |- !ktf | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwami|| || || || || |- !ktg | || ||I/E|| || ||Kalkutungu|| || || || || |- !kth | || ||I/L|| || ||Karanga|| || || ||каранга|| |- !kti | || ||I/L|| || ||Muyu, North|| || || || || |- !ktj | || ||I/L|| || ||Krumen, Plapo|| || || || || |- !ktk | || ||I/E|| || ||Kaniet|| || || || || |- !ktl | || ||I/L|| || ||Koroshi|| || || || || |- !ktm | || ||I/L|| || ||Kurti|| || || || || |- !ktn | || ||I/L|| || ||Karitiâna|| ||karitiâna|| || || |- !kto | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuot|| || || || || |- !ktp | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaduo|| || ||卡多语|| || |- !ktq | || ||I/E|| || ||Katabaga|| || || || || |- !ktr | || ||I/L|| || ||Kota Marudu Tinagas|| || || || || |- !kts | || ||I/L|| || ||Muyu, South|| || || || || |- !ktt | || ||I/L|| || ||Ketum|| || || || || |- !ktu | || ||I/L|| || ||Kituba (Democratic Republic of Congo)|| || || || || |- !ktv | || ||I/L|| || ||Katu, Eastern|| || || || || |- !ktw | || ||I/E|| || ||Kato|| || || || || |- !ktx | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaxararí|| ||kaxararí|| || || |- !kty | || ||I/L|| || ||Kango (Bas-Uélé District)|| || || || || |- !ktz | || ||I/L|| || ||Ju/'hoan|| || || || || |- !kua |kj||kua||I/L|| ||kuanyama||Kuanyama||kuanyama|| ||宽亚玛语; 贡耶玛语||кваньяма|| |- !kub | || ||I/L|| || ||Kutep|| || || || || |- !kuc | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwinsu|| || || || || |- !kud | || ||I/L|| || ||'Auhelawa|| || || || ||'Auhelawa |- !kue | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuman|| || ||钦布语|| || |- !kuf | || ||I/L|| || ||Katu, Western|| || || || || |- !kug | || ||I/L|| || ||Kupa|| || || || || |- !kuh | || ||I/L|| || ||Kushi|| || || || || |- !kui | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuikúro-Kalapálo|| ||kuikúro-kalapálo|| || || |- !kuj | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuria|| || || ||курия|| |- !kuk | || ||I/L|| || ||Kepo'|| || || || || |- !kul | || ||I/L|| || ||Kulere|| || || || || |- !kum | ||kum||I/L|| ||Къумукъ||Kumyk||koumyk||kumyko||库梅克语||кумыкский||Kumykisch |- !kun | || ||I/L|| || ||Kunama|| || ||库纳马语|| ||Kunama |- !kuo | || ||I/L|| || ||Kumukio|| || || || || |- !kup | || ||I/L|| || ||Kunimaipa|| || || || || |- !kuq | || ||I/L|| || ||Karipuná|| ||karipuná|| || || |- !kur |ku||kur||M/L|| ||Kurdî||Kurdish||kurde||kurdo||库尔德语; 库德语||курдский||Kurdisch |- !kus | || ||I/L|| || ||Kusaal|| || || || || |- !kut | ||kut||I/L|| ||Ktunaxa||Kutenai||kutenai|| ||库特内语||кутенаи|| |- !kuu | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuskokwim, Upper|| || || || || |- !kuv | || ||I/L|| || ||Kur|| || || || || |- !kuw | || ||I/L|| || ||Kpagua|| || || || || |- !kux | || ||I/L|| || ||Kukatja|| || || || || |- !kuy | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuuku-Ya'u|| || || || || |- !kuz | || ||I/E|| || ||Kunza|| || || || || |- !kva | || ||I/L|| || ||Bagvalal||bagvalal||bagvalal||巴格瓦拉尔语|| || |- !kvb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kubu|| || || || || |- !kvc | || ||I/L|| || ||Kove|| || || || ||Kove |- !kvd | || ||I/L|| || ||Kui (Indonesia)|| || || || || |- !kve | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalabakan|| || || || || |- !kvf | || ||I/L|| || ||Kabalai|| || || || || |- !kvg | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuni-Boazi|| || || || || |- !kvh | || ||I/L|| || ||Komodo|| || || || || |- !kvi | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwang|| || || || || |- !kvj | || ||I/L|| || ||Psikye|| || || || || |- !kvk | || ||I/L|| || ||Korean Sign Language|| || ||韩国手语|| || |- !kvl | || ||I/L|| || ||Karen, Brek|| || || || || |- !kvm | || ||I/L|| || ||Kendem|| || || || || |- !kvn | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuna, Border|| || || || || |- !kvo | || ||I/L|| || ||Dobel|| || || || || |- !kvp | || ||I/L|| || ||Kompane|| || || || || |- !kvq | || ||I/L|| || ||Karen, Geba|| || || || || |- !kvr | || ||I/L|| || ||Kerinci|| || || || ||Kerinci |- !kvs | || ||I/L|| || ||Kunggara|| || || || || |- !kvt | || ||I/L|| || ||Karen, Lahta|| || || || || |- !kvu | || ||I/L|| || ||Karen, Yinbaw|| || || || || |- !kvv | || ||I/L|| || ||Kola|| || || || || |- !kvw | || ||I/L|| || ||Wersing|| || || || || |- !kvx | || ||I/L|| || ||Koli, Parkari|| || || || || |- !kvy | || ||I/L|| || ||Karen, Yintale|| || || || || |- !kvz | || ||I/L|| || ||Tsakwambo|| || || || || |- !kwa | || ||I/L|| || ||Dâw|| || || || || |- !kwb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwa|| || || || || |- !kwc | || ||I/L|| || ||Likwala|| || || || || |- !kwd | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwaio|| || || || || |- !kwe | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwerba|| || || || || |- !kwf | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwara'ae|| || || || ||Kwara'ae |- !kwg | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaba Deme|| || || || || |- !kwh | || ||I/L|| || ||Kowiai|| || || || ||Kowiai |- !kwi | || ||I/L|| || ||Awa-Cuaiquer|| || || || || |- !kwj | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwanga|| || || || || |- !kwk | || ||I/L|| ||Kwak̓wala||Kwakiutl|| || ||夸扣特尔语|| || |- !kwl | || ||I/L|| || ||Kofyar|| || || || || |- !kwm | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwambi|| || || || || |- !kwn | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwangali|| || || ||квангали|| |- !kwo | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwomtari|| || || || || |- !kwp | || ||I/L|| || ||Kodia|| || || || || |- !kwq | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwak|| || || || || |- !kwr | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwer|| || || || || |- !kws | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwese|| || || || || |- !kwt | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwesten|| || || || || |- !kwu | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwakum|| || || || || |- !kwv | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaba Na|| || || || || |- !kww | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwinti|| || || || || |- !kwx | || ||I/L|| || ||Khirwar|| || || || || |- !kwy | || ||I/L|| || ||Kongo, San Salvador|| || || || || |- !kwz | || ||I/E|| || ||Kwadi||kwadi|| || || || |- !kxa | || ||I/L|| || ||Kairiru|| || || || ||Kairiru |- !kxb | || ||I/L|| || ||Krobu|| || || || || |- !kxc | || ||I/L|| || ||Komso|| || || || || |- !kxd | || ||I/L|| || ||Brunei|| || || || || |- !kxe | || ||I/L|| || ||Kakihum|| || || || || |- !kxf | || ||I/L|| || ||Karen, Manumanaw|| || || || || |- !(kxg) | || || || || ||Katingan|| || || || || |- !kxh | || ||I/L|| || ||Karo (Ethiopia)|| || || || || |- !kxi | || ||I/L|| || ||Keningau Murut|| || || || || |- !kxj | || ||I/L|| || ||Kulfa|| || || || || |- !kxk | || ||I/L|| || ||Karen, Zayein|| || || || || |- !kxl | || ||I/L|| || ||Kurux, Nepali|| || ||尼泊尔库鲁克语|| || |- !kxm | || ||I/L|| ||ខ្មែរលើ||Khmer, Northern|| || ||北高棉语|| || |- !kxn | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanowit|| || || || || |- !kxo | || ||I/E|| || ||Kanoé|| ||kanoé|| || || |- !kxp | || ||I/L|| || ||Koli, Wadiyara|| || || || || |- !kxq | || ||I/L|| || ||Kanum, Smärky|| || || || || |- !kxr | || ||I/L|| || ||Koro (Papua New Guinea)|| || || || || |- !kxs | || ||I/L|| || ||Kangjia|| || ||康家语|| || |- !kxt | || ||I/L|| || ||Koiwat|| || || || || |- !kxu | || ||I/L|| || ||Kui (India)|| ||kui||库伊语|| || |- !kxv | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuvi|| || ||库维语|| || |- !kxw | || ||I/L|| || ||Konai|| || || || || |- !kxx | || ||I/L|| || ||Likuba|| || || || || |- !kxy | || ||I/L|| || ||Kayong|| || || || || |- !kxz | || ||I/L|| || ||Kerewo|| || || || || |- !kya | || ||I/L|| || ||Kwaya|| || || || || |- !kyb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalinga, Butbut|| || || || || |- !kyc | || ||I/L|| || ||Kyaka|| || || || || |- !kyd | || ||I/L|| || ||Karey|| || || || || |- !kye | || ||I/L|| || ||Krache|| || || || || |- !kyf | || ||I/L|| || ||Kouya|| || || || || |- !kyg | || ||I/L|| || ||Keyagana|| || || || || |- !kyh | || ||I/L|| || ||Karok|| ||karok|| || || |- !kyi | || ||I/L|| || ||Kiput|| || || || || |- !kyj | || ||I/L|| || ||Karao|| || || || || |- !kyk | || ||I/L|| || ||Kamayo|| || || || || |- !kyl | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalapuya|| || || || || |- !kym | || ||I/L|| || ||Kpatili|| || || || || |- !kyn | || ||I/L|| || ||Karolanos|| || || || || |- !kyo | || ||I/L|| || ||Kelon|| || || || || |- !kyp | || ||I/L|| || ||Kang|| || ||黑傣语|| || |- !kyq | || ||I/L|| || ||Kenga|| || || || || |- !kyr | || ||I/L|| || ||Kuruáya|| ||kuruáya|| || || |- !kys | || ||I/L|| || ||Kayan, Baram|| || || || || |- !kyt | || ||I/L|| || ||Kayagar|| || || || || |- !kyu | || ||I/L|| || ||Kayah, Western|| || || || || |- !kyv | || ||I/L|| || ||Kayort|| || || || || |- !kyw | || ||I/L|| || ||Kudmali|| || ||库马利语|| || |- !kyx | || ||I/L|| || ||Rapoisi|| || || || || |- !kyy | || ||I/L|| || ||Kambaira|| || || || || |- !kyz | || ||I/L|| || ||Kayabí|| ||kayabí|| || || |- !kza | || ||I/L|| || ||Karaboro, Western|| || || || || |- !kzb | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaibobo|| || || || || |- !kzc | || ||I/L|| || ||Kulango, Bondoukou|| || || || || |- !kzd | || ||I/L|| || ||Kadai|| || || || || |- !kze | || ||I/L|| || ||Kosena|| || || || || |- !kzf | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaili, Da'a|| || || || || |- !kzg | || ||I/L|| || ||Kikai|| || ||喜界岛琉球语|| || |- !(kzh) | || ||I/L|| || ||Kenuzi-Dongola|| || || || || |- !kzi | || ||I/L|| || ||Kelabit|| || || || || |- !kzj | || ||I/L|| || ||Kadazan, Coastal|| || || || || |- !kzk | || ||I/E|| || ||Kazukuru|| || || || || |- !kzl | || ||I/L|| || ||Kayeli|| || || || || |- !kzm | || ||I/L|| || ||Kais|| || || || || |- !kzn | || ||I/L|| || ||Kokola|| || || || || |- !kzo | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaningi|| || || || || |- !kzp | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaidipang|| || || || || |- !kzq | || ||I/L|| || ||Kaike|| || || || || |- !kzr | || ||I/L|| || ||Karang|| || || || || |- !kzs | || ||I/L|| || ||Dusun, Sugut|| || || || || |- !kzt | || ||I/L|| || ||Dusun, Tambunan|| || || || || |- !kzu | || ||I/L|| || ||Kayupulau|| || || || ||Kayupulau |- !kzv | || ||I/L|| || ||Komyandaret|| || || || || |- !kzw | || ||I/E|| || ||Karirí-Xocó|| || || || || |- !kzx | || ||I/L|| || ||Kamarian|| || || || || |- !kzy | || ||I/L|| || ||Kango (Tshopo District)|| || || || || |- !kzz | || ||I/L|| || ||Kalabra|| || || || || | Category:ISO 639.

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Issers

Issers (يسر, ⵉⵙⴻⵔ) is a town and commune in Boumerdès Province, Algeria.

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KAB

*KAB or kab may refer to.

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Kabyle

* Kabyle people, an ethnic group in Algeria.

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Kabyle grammar

Kabyle grammar is the grammar of the Kabyle language.

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Kabyle people

The Kabyle people (Kabyle: Iqbayliyen) are a Berber ethnic group indigenous to Kabylia in the north of Algeria, spread across the Atlas Mountains, one hundred miles east of Algiers.

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Kabyle Wikipedia

The Kabyle Wikipedia is the Kabyle language edition of Wikipedia.

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Kabylie

Kabylie, or Kabylia (Tamurt en Yiqbayliyen; Tazwawa; ⵜⴰⵎⵓⵔⵜ ⵏ ⵍⴻⵇⴱⴰⵢⴻⵍ), is a cultural region, natural region, and historical region in northern Algeria.

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Kabylie flag

The Kabylie flag is a cultural and national flag proposed for the Kabyle people, a Berber ethnic group native to Kabylia in the north of Algeria.

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Kingdom of Ait Abbas

The kingdom of the Ait Abbas or sultanate of the Beni Abbas, in (Berber (phonetic) tagelda n At Ɛebbas, ⵜⴰⴳⴻⵍⴷⴰ ⵏ ⴰⵜ ⵄⴻⴱⴱⴰⵙ; Arabic: salṭanat Beni Ɛabbas, سلطنة بني عباس), is a former berber state of North Africa, then a fief and a principality, controlling Lesser Kabylie and its surroundings from the sixteenth century to the nineteenth century.

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Krim Belkacem

Krim Belkacem (in Kabyle: Krim Belqasem) (September 14, 1922, Aït Yahia Moussa, Tizi Ouzou Province – October 18, 1970) was an Algerian revolutionary fighter and politician.

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Laetitia Eido

Laëtitia Eïdo is a French actress of mixed ethnicity.

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Lalla Khedidja

Lalla Khedidja or Lalla-Khadîdja (لالة خديجة, Kabylian: Tamgut Aâlayen or Azeru amghur) is a mountain in Algeria.

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Languages in censuses

Many countries and national censuses currently enumerate or have previously enumerated their populations by languages, native language, home language, level of knowing language or a combination of these characteristics.

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Languages of Africa

The languages of Africa are divided into six major language families.

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Languages of Algeria

The official languages of Algeria are Modern Standard Arabic (literary Arabic) and Tamazight (Berber), as specified in its constitution since 1963 for the former and since 2016 for the latter.

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Languages of Canada

A multitude of languages are used in Canada.

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Languages of Europe

Most languages of Europe belong to the Indo-European language family.

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Larbaâ Nath Irathen

Larbaâ Nath Irathen (Kabyle: Larebɛa n at Yiraten, or in Tifinagh, Arabic: الأربعاء ناث اراتين) is a town in Tizi Ouzou Province, in the middle of Kabylie, Algeria formerly known as Fort National.

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List of Algerian films

This is a list of films produced in Algeria.

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List of ISO 639-2 codes

ISO 639 is a set of international standards that lists short codes for language names.

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List of Kabyle people

A list of Kabyle people.

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List of language names

This article is a resource of how to say the native name of most of the major languages in the world.

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List of languages by writing system

Below is a list of languages sorted by writing system (by alphabetical order).

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List of Latin-script digraphs

This is a list of digraphs used in various Latin alphabets.

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List of numbers in various languages

The following tables list the cardinal number names and symbols for the numbers 0 through 10 in various languages and scripts of the world.

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List of Wikipedias

This is the list of the different language editions of Wikipedia; there are 301 Wikipedias of which 291 are active and 10 are not.

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Longueuil

Longueuil is a city in the province of Quebec, Canada.

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Lounis Ait Menguellet

Lounis Aït Menguellet (17 January 1950), who was born in Ighil Bouammas in Tizi Ouzou Province, is a Berber singer from Algeria, who sings in the Berber language (Kabyle variant).

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Luis del Mármol Carvajal

Luis del Marmol Carvajal (Granada, Spain, 1520 - Velez Malaga, Spain, 1600) was a Spanish chronicler living many years among the formerly Moorish Granada kingdom morisco's inhabitants and in the North African Berber regions at the end of the 15th, and a good part of the 16th century.

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Mohamed Aït Kaci

Mohamed Aït Kaci (in kabyle: Moḥammed Ait Qasi) (born June 20, 1986 in Bordj El Kiffan, Algiers Province) is a football player who is currently playing as a defender for JS Kabylie in the Algerian league.

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Mohamed Ygerbuchen

Mohamed Ygerbuchen (13 November 1907 – 23 August 1966) was an Algerian composer.

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Movement for the Autonomy of Kabylie

The Movement for the autonomy of Kabylie (MAK; Kabyle: Timanit i Tmurt n Yeqbayliyen; Mouvement pour l'autonomie de la Kabylie) is a non-violent autonomist Kabyle political organization seeking self-government rule for the province of Kabylie in Algeria.

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Nadir Benoufella

Nadir Benoufella (in kabyle: Nadir Bennufella) (born April 3, 1987 in Algeria) is an Algerian football player who is currently playing as a goalkeeper for JS Kabylie in the Algerian league.

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Northern Berber languages

The Northern Berber languages are a dialect continuum spoken across the Maghreb, constituting a subgroup of the Berber branch of the Afroasiatic family.

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Noura (singer)

Fatima Zohra Badji (1942–2014) (فاطمة الزهراء باجي.) better known by her stage name of Noura (نورة) was an Algerian singer.

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Premio Ostana

The Ostana Prize – Writings in the Mother Tongue, is an annual prize and cultural initiative organized by the Municipality of Ostana and by the Cultural Association Chambra d'Oc.

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Public Establishment of Television

Public Establishment of Television (المؤسّسة العمومية للتلفزيون, Établissement public de télévision), abbreviated as EPTV, is a state-owned company that manages the activity of television in Algeria, going from production to broadcasting.

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Saïd Sadi

Saïd Sadi (Kabyle: Saεid Seεdi) (born 26 August 1947) is an Algerian politician who was President of the Rally for Culture and Democracy (RCD) until 2012.

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Semitic languages

The Semitic languages are a branch of the Afroasiatic language family originating in the Middle East.

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Shawiya language

Shawiya, or Shawiya Berber, also spelt Chaouïa (native form: Tacawit), is a Zenati Berber language spoken in Algeria by the Shawiya people.

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Shenwa language

Shenwa, also spelt Chenoua (native name: Haqbaylit̠), is a Zenati Berber language spoken on Mount Chenoua (Jebel Chenoua) in Algeria, just west of Algiers, and in the provinces of Tipaza (including the town of Cherchell) and Chlef.

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Shilha language

Shilha is a Berber language native to Shilha people.

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Slimane Azem

Slimane Azem (September 19, 1918 – January 31, 1983) was an Algerian singer and poet, originally from Kabylia, that composed hundreds of songs in more than 40 years of artistic life.

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Souad Massi

Souad Massi (سعاد ماسي), born August 23, 1972, is an Algerian Berber singer, songwriter and guitarist.

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Stateless nation

A stateless nation is a political term for an ethnic group or nation that does not possess its own stateDictionary Of Public Administration, U.C. Mandal, Sarup & Sons 2007, 505 p. and is not the majority population in any nation state.

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Tamazirt (city)

Tamazirt is a small town in east of Kabylia (north of Algeria), in Sétif Province.70 km from Sétif city.

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Taos Amrouche

Marie-Louise-Taos Amrouche (4 March 1913 in Tunis, Tunisia – 2 April 1976 in Saint-Michel-l'Observatoire, France) was an Algerian writer and singer.

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Thénia

Thénia (sometimes incorrectly written as Thenia), with around 40,000 inhabitants, is the chief town in the daïra of the same name, in the wilaya of Boumerdès, in Kabylie in northern Algeria.

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Tinariwen

Tinariwen (Tamasheq: ⵜⵏⵔⵓⵏ, with vowels ⵜⵉⵏⴰⵔⵉⵓⴻⵏ, pronounced tinariwen "deserts", plural of ténéré "desert") is a Grammy Award-winning group of Tuareg musicians from the Sahara Desert region of northern Mali.

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University of Bejaia

The University of Béjaïa (French: Université Abderrahmane Mira or Université de Béjaïa, Kabyle: Tasdawit n'Bgayet/ⵝⴰⵚⴷⴰⵯⵉⵝ ⵏ ⴱⴴⴰⵢⵝ) is a university in Béjaïa, Algeria.

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Voiced bilabial fricative

The voiced bilabial fricative is a type of consonantal sound, used in some spoken languages.

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Voiced dental fricative

The voiced dental fricative is a consonant sound used in some spoken languages.

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Voiced palatal fricative

The voiced palatal fricative is a type of consonantal sound, used in some spoken languages.

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Voiced pharyngeal fricative

The voiced pharyngeal approximant or fricative is a type of consonantal sound, used in some spoken languages.

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Voiced postalveolar affricate

The voiced palato-alveolar sibilant affricate, voiced post-alveolar affricate or voiced domed postalveolar sibilant affricate, is a type of consonantal sound, used in some spoken languages.

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Voiced postalveolar fricative

Voiced fricatives produced in the postalveolar region include the voiced palato-alveolar fricative, the voiced postalveolar non-sibilant fricative, the voiced retroflex fricative, and the voiced alveolo-palatal fricative.

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Voiced uvular fricative

The voiced uvular fricative or approximant is a type of consonantal sound, used in some spoken languages.

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Voiceless dental fricative

The voiceless dental non-sibilant fricative is a type of consonantal sound used in some spoken languages.

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Voiceless labiodental fricative

The voiceless labiodental fricative is a type of consonantal sound, used in a number of spoken languages.

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Voiceless palatal fricative

The voiceless palatal fricative is a type of consonantal sound used in some spoken languages.

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Voiceless pharyngeal fricative

The voiceless pharyngeal fricative is a type of consonantal sound, used in some spoken languages.

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Voiceless postalveolar fricative

Voiceless fricatives produced in the postalveolar region include the voiceless palato-alveolar fricative, the voiceless postalveolar non-sibilant fricative, the voiceless retroflex fricative, and the voiceless alveolo-palatal fricative.

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Voiceless uvular fricative

The voiceless uvular fricative is a type of consonantal sound used in some spoken languages.

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Voiceless uvular stop

The voiceless uvular stop or voiceless uvular plosive is a type of consonantal sound, used in some spoken languages.

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Youcef Abdi

Youcef Abdi (Kabyle: Yusef Ɛabdi) (born 7 December 1977) is an Australian athlete who specializes in the 3000 m steeplechase.

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Zenati languages

The Zenati languages are a branch of the Northern Berber language family of North Africa.

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ISO 639:kab, Kabyle (language), Kabylian language, Taqbaylit, Taqbaylit language, Ṯaqbayliṯ.

References

[1] https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kabyle_language

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