Aweggir (Asget: iweggiren) d ageṭṭum igemmun d tinegnit s ddaw n wakal, issemras-it yimɣi i wakken ad yenfufed w ad yesnulfu imɣan imaynuten i d-iggaren iẓuran neɣ timekrasin deg tberrutin.[1][2][3]Aweggir d allal agejdan n unfufed i waṭas n yimɣan yeṭṭafaren tawacult n tumedt am ukezmir d tefsut yigḍaḍ (Panicum).

Iweggiren n waffar awraɣ.
Aweggir b waṛuz.

Asemres (aseqdec)Ẓreg

Aweggir yettusemres i usgat.

TiwlafinẒreg

ImnirenẒreg

Ẓeṛ daɣenẒreg

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  3. "Western poison-oak: Toxicodendron diversilobum", GlobalTwitcher, ed. Nicklas Stromberg. Archived 2012-10-13 at the Wayback Machine