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Shilh

[ shilkh ]
/ ʃɪlx /
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noun, plural Shluh [shloo, shlookh]. /ʃlu, ʃlux/.
a member of an Indigenous Berber people primarily inhabiting the central mountains and southern Atlantic coast of Morocco.
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Origin of Shilh

First recorded in 1710–20; from Moroccan Arabic shəlḥa, a self-designation
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