3 edition of The Hazaragi dialect of Afghan Persian found in the catalog.
The Hazaragi dialect of Afghan Persian
G. K. Dulling
Bibliography: p. 8-10.
|Statement||[by] G. K. Dulling.|
|Series||Central Asian monographs,, no. 1|
|LC Classifications||PK6879 .D8|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||99|
|LC Control Number||73166836|
Hazaragi (Persian: هزارگی ) is a dialect of the Persian language, more precisely a part of the Dari dialect continuum (one of the main languages of Afghanistan), and is mutually intelligible with Dari. Hazaragi Translation Services. The Hazaragi language is part of a dialect from the Persian language. It is spoken by the people of Hazara and is located mostly in Afghanistan. It can also be found in some areas of Pakistan and Iran. Hazaragi is considered a dialect because there are variations in it.
Hazaragi is a dialect of the Persian language (recognized as a language by Ethnologue), with loanwords borrowed from Mongolian and Turkic.  It is a member of the Iranian branch of the Indo-European family and is closely related to Dari Persian (the Persian dialect in Afghanistan). The only information I can find is when they compare dari (afghan persian) and hazaragi (like in Dullings book Hazaragi from ). According to some native speakers of dari there should be at.
Listing of language information for Hazaragi. Alternate names listed refer to the people. Group or regional names are (Central) Dai Kundi, Dai Zangi, Behsud, Yekaulang, (Southern) Polada, Urusgani, Jaguri, Ghazni Hazaras, Dai Miradad, Kabul. Dari (Fārsī-ye Darī) is a dialect of the Persian language. It is the Persian language as spoken in Afghanistan. It is the second official language of Afghanistan, and is widely used by the government and most media agencies. It is mainly spoken by the Tajiks and other minority ge family: Indo-European, Indo .
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Author: Bible Society Binding: Paperback. Edition: Publisher: Bible Society Language: Hazaragi (Persian) OOC: The Gospel of Luke in Hazaragi Language / Hazaras / pages / Hazaragi is a variety of Persian, spoken by the Hazara people of Afghanistan, Iran and north-western Pakistan Paperback – January 1, by Bible Society (Author)Author: Bible Society.
Note to the reader: The following list of books on Hazaras are compiled by Mr. Ishaq Muhammadi and other Hazaras for more than two decades.
See DOWNLOAD page for PDF formats of many of the books mentioned in this section.; Books & Journals in Urdu, Persian, and Hazargi - The following page contains all the list of books and journals on Hazaras in Urdu (national language of Pakistan), Persian.
Hazaragi is a language which is related to Turkish, mongolian and Indo-European languages. It is easily distinguishable from other turkic and mongolic languages spoken in different countries in South Asia. Hazaragi contains some Turkic and Mongolic ge family: Indo-European, Indo. The Hazaras (Persian: هزاره ; Hazaragi: آزره ) are an ethnic group native to the mountainous region of Hazarajat in central Afghanistan.
They speak the Hazaragi variant of Persian,    one of the two official languages of istan: 9 Million (). Afghan bibles translated with Afghans experienced by Afghans. The Holy Bible should be read in your native language, so that you can understand it. This is easier than learning the original languages of the Holy Bible.
Here we present the Holy Bible for you, to read and listen to in Afghan languages - simply choose an option from the menu. hazĀragi dialect (1) Hazāragi (native azoragi / azaragi), the language of the Hazāra living in Central Afghanistan between Kabul and Herat in the province called Hazārajāt and in northeast Persia in the areas of Mašhad and Qučān (s.
The Hazaras' dialect is part of the Persian branch of the Indo-European linguistic family. Hazaragi, as it is called, is a dialect of Dari, one of Afghanistan's two largest languages, and the Author: Kallie Szczepanski. Hazaragi also has several diphthongs, with two adjacent vowel sounds occurring in the syllable.
These include ay, aw, and ēw (ab/-āb/-ûw). The vocalic system is otherwise typical of eastern Persian. Vowels in Hazaragi are characterized by the loss of length distinction and the retention of the midvowels.
Hazaragi is a dialect of the Persian language, more precisely a part of the Dari dialect (one of the main languages of Afghanistan). It is spoken by the Hazara people primarily in an area of central Afghanistan known as the Hazarajat, as well as other Hazara-populated areas of their native living ground of Afghanistan.
Afghan, Afghani, Afgan, Afghanistan, Afghanistan, Kabul, Herat, Mazar-Sharif, Parwan, Kandahar, Farsi, Dari, Persian, Pashtoo, Pashtu, Tajik, Tajiki, Hazara, Hazaragi. In Afghanistan, Dari refers to a modern dialect form of Persian that is the standard language used in administration, government, radio, television, and print media.
Because of a preponderance of Dari native speakers, who normally refer to the language as Farsi (فارسی ; "Persian"), it is also known as "Afghan Persian" in some Western ge family: Indo-European, Indo. The language of Hazara Jul 7, by Asya Pereltsvaig Hazara (not to be confused with Khazars, the putative progenitors of the Ashkenazi Jewry) are an ethnic group who live mainly in the central region of Afghanistan (see the highlighted dark green area in the picture below).
Hazaragi (Persian: هزارگی , Hazaragi: آزرگی , Azargi) is an eastern variety of Persian that is spoken by the Hazara people, primarily in the Hazarajat region of central Afghanistan, as well as other Hazara-populated areas of their native living ground of Afghanistan.
It is also spoken by the Hazaras of Pakistan and Iran and also by Hazara diaspora living elsewhere. Persian is a language spoken in Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Iran, and parts of Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan. Hazaragi is a variety/accent of the Persian language. In each state listed above, there are many, many different dialects and accents of Farsi: in Iran, the Tehrani accent differs from the accent spoken in the Khurasan region or the accent spoken in Shiraz or Esfehan.
The Bible translated into the Hazaragi language (an Afghan dialect of Farsi). A language profile for Hazaragi. Get a detailed look at the language, from population to dialects and usage. Hazaragi (Persian: هزارگی, Hazaragi: آزرگی, Azoragi) is an eastern variety of Persian that is spoken by the Hazara people, primarily in the Hazarajat region of central Afghanistan, as well as other Hazara-populated areas of their native living ground of Afghanistan.
It is also spoken by the Hazaras of Pakistan and Iran and also by Hazara diaspora living elsewhere. It is.Hazaragi is an eastern variety of Persian closely related to Dari.
Historically it has been classified as a dialect of Persian with significant loanwords from Mongolic and Turkic.I was aware that “Farsi” is often used for “Iranian Persian” and “Dari” for “Afghan Persian” but I had never encountered “Hazaragi” listed as a separate language before; it is usually treated as the Persian dialect spoken by the Hazara of : Ingrid Piller.