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English: Tashelhiyt (also Tashelhit or Tachelhit or Tachelhiyt or Shilha, native name: , French: tachelhit, Arabic: تشلحيت) is the largest Berber language by number of speakers (between 8 and 10 million). Tashelhiyt is spoken in Southern Morocco an area ranging from the northern slopes of the High-Atlas to the southern slopes of the Anti-Atlas, bounded to the west by the Atlantic Ocean. The eastern limit of the Tashelhiyt area is difficult to pinpoint because of a smooth transition into Southern Middle Atlas Berber or Tamazight. The Sous region is central to the Tashelhiyt area, therefore the language is often called Sous-Berber or tasusiyt (tasousit), even though it stretches to surrounding regions well outside of Sous. Tashelhiyt is known for its rich oral literature. Literature written in the Arabic script has been produced from the second half of sixteenth century on; Muhammad Awzal (ca. 1680-1749) was the most prolific poet of the Tashelhiyt literary tradition. (→Tashelhiyt language)
Français : La tachelhit, le chleuh en français, chelha en arabe, est la langue berbère parlée par les Chleuhs ou Ichelḥiyen du Maroc. La langue tachelhit est la plus importante langue berbère du Maroc par le nombre de locuteurs et par l'ampleur de son extension. Elle est appelée tasousit par les locuteurs de la tamazight du sud-est marocain pour la distinguer de leur langue qu'ils dénomment aussi tachelhit, mais l'intercompréhension entre ces deux langues n'est pas complète. (→Chleuh)

{{wa|Li chleu ou techelheyt, c' est on lingaedje amazir del Nonne do Marok.


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