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Like other Iranian languages, Zazaki also makes extensive use of so-called preverbs, particles of various provenance that modify the semantics of the basic stem.
Eleven of them are on individual languages--namely, the extinct Bactrian and Sogdian and the living Persian, Talysh, Ossetian, and the Pamir group--while two draw on several Iranian languages.
He is able to separate the traditional Indo-Iranian family into Indic (B) and Iranian (C) waves because of his third proposed revolution--that Avestan is not an Iranian language (pp.
Iranian language can be vile, but any Middle East peace--and engagement with Tehran--will have to take account of these points.
Omid - which means "hope" in the Iranian language Farsi - was propelled into orbit on the back of a rocket.
The San Francisco Bay Area's sole daily Iranian language and culture program for children has expanded and moved to a prime location in Berkeley, California.
rdb' "Egyptian measure"), entries for Syriac words that are loans from Greek or another language but which ultimately go back to an Iranian language (mrgnyt "pearl, host"), and entries for Syriac words that have been considered Iranian loans by other scholars but which should no longer be so considered (e.
Omid - which means "hope" in the Iranian language Farsi - was launched by the country's President, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.
Khotanese, an Iranian language with a large vocabulary borrowed from Sanskrit, was used in the oasis of Khotan (in modern-day Xinjiang, China) certainly between the fifth and tenth centuries, and quite possibly before.
Shaked publishes "An Early Geniza Fragment in an Unknown Iranian Dialect," a Judeo-Iranian text containing instruction in an Iranian language for how to use certain Aramaic magical formulas.
4), but rather accords with colloquial Persian era < Pahlavi ed ray (ce) 'because, since'; the closest form I found in other Iranian languages is the postposition--er in the Alborz dialects of Caspian type.

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