Agldun Amẓyan — in Berber Amazigh. Berber languages are spoken by around thirty to forty million people in Africa. These Berber speakers are mainly concentrated in Morocco and Algeria, followed by Mali, Niger and Libya. Tamazight is a generic name for all of the Berber languages. They consist of many closely related varieties/dialects. Among these Berber idioms are Riff, Kabyle, Shilha, Siwi, Zenaga, Sanhaja, Tazayit (Central Atlas Tamazight), Tumẓabt (Mozabite), Nafusi, and Tamasheq, as well as the ancient Guanche language.

Agldun Amẓẓan — also in Berber Amazigh.