Resource: iso639-3/aeb

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rdf:typelvont:Language
rdfs:commentTunisian Arabic (locally: or derja) is a Maghrebi dialect of the Arabic language, spoken by some 11 million people. It is usually known by its own speakers as Derja, which means dialect, to distinguish it from Standard Arabic, or as Tunsi, which means Tunisian. It is spoken all over Tunisia, and merges, as part of a dialect continuum, into similar varieties in eastern Algeria and western Libya. Its morphology, syntax, pronunciation and vocabulary are quite different from Standard or Classical Arabic. Tunisian Arabic, like other Maghrebi dialects, has a vocabulary mostly Arabic, with significant Berber substrates, and many words and loanwords borrowed from Berber, French, Turkish, Italian and Spanish. Derja is mutually spoken and understood in the Maghreb countries, especially Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia, but hard to understand for orientals. ('en' language string)
rdfs:labelArabic, Tunisian ('en' language string)
Tunisian Arabic ('en' language string)
rdfs:seeAlsohttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tunisian_Arabic
http://wals.info/languoid/lect/wals_code_atu
http://www.ethnologue.com/show_language.asp?code=aeb
http://www.llmap.org/languages/aeb.html
owl:sameAshttp://dbpedia.org/resource/Tunisian_Arabic
http://www.mpii.de/yago/resource/Tunisian_Arabic
lvont:broaderlexvo:iso639-3/ara
lvont:iso639P3PCodeaeb (string)
lvont:labellexvo:term/eng/Arabic%2C%20Tunisian
lexvo:term/eng/Tunisian%20Arabic
lvont:nearlySameAshttp://www.glottolog.org/resource/languoid/id/tuni1259
lvont:usedIngeo:36.75,10.25
lexvo:iso3166/BE
lexvo:iso3166/DE
lexvo:iso3166/FR
lexvo:iso3166/LY
lexvo:iso3166/TN
skos:prefLabelTunisian Arabic ('en' language string)

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