tadda y rezzan
Tǝzǝrǝzt, pl. šizǝraz (also written tazǝrǝzt) comes from the root r-z (ǝrǝz: to cut, to stop) (in the Tamajeq dialect in Niger). It is a substantive built on the causative form (i.e. make a cut, make a stop). It means: end, limit. It is something that marks a stop; it could even be something physical marking a limit, an end, like an object, a gate, a property landmark; something that draws limits.