Tashelhit is a Berber language used in parts of southern Morocco.
Arabic script and the Latin alphabet are employed to write Tashelhit because it has no alphabet of its own.
There is a push to teach and write Tashelhit using the Neo-Tifinagh alphabet.
Shown using Arabic script:
Shown using the Latin alphabet:
Shown using Neo-Tifinagh:
Shown using cursive Neo-Tifinagh:
Language information at Wikipedia and Ethnologue
Arabic fonts in the Gallery of Unicode Fonts
Arabic script information at Omniglot and Wikipedia
Tifinagh fonts and a comprehensive Unicode test page for Tifinagh in the Gallery of Unicode Fonts
Tifinagh information at Omniglot and Wikipedia
Alternate names for Tashelhit include tašlḥiyt, tachelhit, Tachelhiyt, Tashelhiyt, Tashelhet, Tachelhit, Tashilheet, Tashelheyt, Tachilhit, Tasoussit, Shilha, Susiua, and Southern Shilha
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