Indo-Iranian language


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Noun1.Indo-Iranian language - the branch of the Indo-European family of languages including the Indic and Iranian language groups
Indo-European language, Indo-Hittite, Indo-European - the family of languages that by 1000 BC were spoken throughout Europe and in parts of southwestern and southern Asia
Indic, Indo-Aryan - a branch of the Indo-Iranian family of languages
Iranian language, Iranian - the modern Persian language spoken in Iran
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According to Dr Al Jahdhami, these languages belong to three groups: Kamzari, Lawati, and Balochi belong to the Indo-Iranian language's family, while Harsusi, Bathari, Hobyot, Mehri, and Jabbali belong to the modern South Arabian languages.
He however also leaves open the possibility that the peoples of the Indus Civilization were already mixed between Steppe and Iranian farmer-related ancestry and in that sense already spoke an Indo-Iranian language. In a more recent study, Reich's team also observes that the Oxus Civilization had no demographic impact on South Asia, as if Oxus communities were bypassed by Steppe individuals moving south.
One belongs to the Indo-Iranian language group, the other to the Dravidian group.
He said that Badeshi was an Indo-Iranian language and its cousin languages in the country were Yidgha and Wakhi.
Bangla, or Bengali, is an Indo-Iranian language spoken by over 250 million people, most them on the eastern flank of South Asia surrounding the Bay of Bengal.
Linguists term some of these as Dardic dialects, a sub-branch of the Indo-Iranian language group, which in turn is branch of the Indo-European language family.
Kurdish is an Indo-Iranian language. But in Biblical times, it almost certainly was Aramaic-speaking.

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