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Shenwa, also spelled Chenoua (autonym Haqbaylit̠), is the Berber language of Jebel Chenoua in Algeria, just west of Algiers in the provinces of Tipaza and Chlef. The speech of Jebel Chenoua proper is mutually comprehensible with that of the nearby Beni Menacer and Beni Haoua, and the two are thus treated as a single language. There are some 76,000 speakers.
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[an] Idioma chenoua
[br] Chenoueg
[en] Chenoua
[fr] Chenoui
[sh] Chenoua jezik
[hr] Chenoua jezik
[oc] Shènoï

Language type : Living

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Following BCP 47 the recommended tag for this language is cnu.

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