Moroccan Arabic

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Moroccan Arabic
الدارجة
اللهجة المغربية
Darija
Pronunciation[ddæɾiʒæ]
Native toMorocco
EthnicityArab-Berbers
Native speakers
30.551 million (2014)[1]
Arabic alphabet
Language codes
ISO 639-3ary
Glottologmoro1292
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Moroccan Arabic (Arabic: اللهجة المغربية, Moroccan Arabic: الدارجة المغربية), known as Darija in Morocco, is a form of Arabic spoken in Morocco.[2] It is mutually intelligible to Algerian Arabic. It is spoken as a first language by about 50% to 75% of Morocco's population.

References[change | change source]

  1. "RGPH 2014".
  2. Yabiladi.com. "Darija, a lingua franca influenced by both Arabic and Berber". en.yabiladi.com. Retrieved 2020-06-04.