Origin of Kabyle
Examples from the Web for kabyle
The Kabyle is a savage if you like, but his virtues are many.
The Kabyle woman's sole recreation is her errand to the fountain.
The Kabyle is successful in whatever occupation he follows, more so than any of his Mussulman brothers.
Fig. 73, from a sketch by M. Duhousset, represents the workshop of a Kabyle jeweller.The Human Race|Louis Figuier
Seated one evening in a Kabyle house, I was greatly delighted with the readiness to listen to the Gospel.Stanley in Africa|James P. Boyd
British Dictionary definitions for kabyle
Word Origin for Kabyle
Word Origin and History for kabyle
Berber of Algeria and Tunisia, 1738, also of their language, from French, from Arabic qaba'il, plural of qabilah "tribe."