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Pashtu (also called Pashto, Pushtu, Pakhto, or Afghan) is an Eastern Iranian language. It is spoken by the Pashtun people in eastern Afghanistan and northern Pakistan.
Pashtu has two main dialect groupings: southern and northern. The southern dialects preserve the ancient “sh” and “zh” sounds (“Pashtu”), while the northern dialects have “kh” and “gh” sounds (“Pakhtu”).
Pashtu, along with Dari, is the official language of Afghanistan.
Pashtu Translation and Interpreting
Pashtu Quick Facts
Alternate Names & Spellings: Pashto, Pushto, Pushtu, Quetta-Kandahar Pashto
Language Family: Indo-European, Indo-Iranian, Iranian, Eastern, Southeastern, Pashto
Official Language of: Afghanistan
Spoken by Approximately 2,674,000 people
Also Spoken In: United States
- Dari Translation
- Kirghiz Translation
- Pashtu Translation
- Pushtu Translation
- Turkman Translation
- Uzbek Translation