Subclassification::Mzab–Wargla languages


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Kossmann (2013)

Marteen Kossmann (2013) listed six "Northern Saharan oasis" dialects:<ref>M. Kossmann, The Arabic Influence on Northern Berber, pp.23-24 (Brill, 2013)</ref>

Ethnologue (2009)

In Ethnologue XVI (2009), the "Mzab–Wargla" languages are listed as:

Unlike Kossmann, Ethnologue considers the Berber dialect spoken in Tidikelt as a separate branch of the Zenati group, distinct from Tuwat.

Blench & Dendo (2006)

Roger Blench and Mallam Dendo (2006) listed eight varieties:<ref>AA list, Blench & Dendo, ms, 2006</ref>

However, Senhaja is actually an Atlas language.

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