Awj (Arabic: عوج, also spelled Ouj or Uj) is a village in northern Syria, administratively part of the Hama Governorate, located in the Homs Gap southwest of Hama.
Awjila (Berber: Awilan, Awjila, Awgila; Arabic: أوجلة; Latin: Augila) is an oasis town in the Al Wahat District in the Cyrenaica region of northeastern Libya.
Awjila (also: Aujila, Augila, Aoudjila, Awgila, Awdjila, native name: Tawjilit) is a severely endangered (considered “moribund” by the Ethnologue) Eastern Berber language spoken in Cyrenaica, Libya, in the Awjila oasis.
Awjilah may refer to:
Awja al-Janah (Arabic: عوجة الجنا) is a Syrian village located in the Subdistrict of the Hama District in the Hama Governorate.
The Yarkon River, also Yarqon River (Hebrew: נחל הירקון, Nahal HaYarkon; Arabic: نهر العوجا, Nahr al-Auja), is a river in central Israel.
Admiral Sir Augustus William James Clifford, 1st Baronet, CB (26 May 1788 – 8 February 1877) was a British Royal Navy officer, court official, and usher of the Black Rod.
This article is about a town in Iraq. For the West Bank town, see al-Auja, Jericho.
Shiaxa (Sjiagha), also known as Jenimu (Yenimu, possibly a dialect) and Awyu, is a Papuan language of Papua, Indonesia.
The Eastern Berber languages belong to the Afro-Asiatic family and are spoken in Libya and Egypt. They include Awjila, Sokna and Fezzan (El-Fogaha), Siwi, and Ghadamès, though it is not clear that they form a valid genealogical group.