Hazaragi dialect

Hazaragi (Persian: هزارگی‎, romanized: Hazāragi; Hazaragi: آزرگی, romanized: Āzaragi) is an eastern dialect of Persian[5][6] that is spoken by the Hazara people, primarily in the Hazarajat region of central Afghanistan, as well as other Hazara-populated areas of Afghanistan. It is also spoken by the Hazaras of Pakistan and Iran and also by the Hazara diaspora living elsewhere.[citation needed]

Hazāragi, Azargi and Āzargi written in the Perso-Arabic script
Native toHazarajat, Afghanistan[1] and other Hazara-populated areas
Native speakers
12 million (uncertain)[2]
Arabic script, Latin alphabet[3][4]
Language codes
ISO 639-3haz

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