Hassānīya language

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Ḥassānīya
حسانية
Ḥassānīya
Native toSouthwestern Algeria, Libya, Northwestern Mali, Mauritania, southern Morocco, Northern Niger, Western Sahara
EthnicityArab
Arab-Berber
Native speakers
5.00 million (2014–2017)
Dialects
Arabic alphabet
Official status
Recognised minority
language in
Language codes
ISO 639-3mey
Glottologhass1238
Árabe hassanía.png
Current distribution of the Hassaniya language.
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Hassānīya (Arabic: حسانية Ḥassānīya) is a type of Maghrebi Arabic spoken by Mauritanian Arabs and the Sahrawi people.

References[change | change source]

  1. "Morocco 2011 Constitution - Constitute". www.constituteproject.org. Retrieved 2021-07-18.