The negro sped away and returned with the proprietor of the cafe, a stout Kabyle with a fair skin and blue eyes.
The elections are a constant source of disturbance in the Kabyle villages.
To all intents and purposes the towns and settlements and, in a measure, all Kabyle houses, are fortresses.
Fig. 73, from a sketch by M. Duhousset, represents the workshop of a Kabyle jeweller.
At the Kabyle rock-village of Tighil-boukbair the town band turned out to receive him.
She wanted the nomad's fires and the acid voices of the Kabyle dogs.
Domini heard the name "Irena," and guessed that Batouch was asking the Kabyle to send for her and make her dance.
In the cafe of Tahar, the Kabyle, there was at present no such woman.
The Kabyle and his relatives in their little square house live the life of a truly happy family.
She was a Kabyle woman born in the mountains of Djurdjura, not far from the village of Tamouda.
Berber of Algeria and Tunisia, 1738, also of their language, from French, from Arabic qaba'il, plural of qabilah "tribe."