Kafiri


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Kaf·i·ri

 (kăf′ə-rē, kə-fîr′ē)
n. Often Offensive
Any of the Indo-Iranian languages of the Nuristani. No longer in scientific use.

Nu•ris•ta•ni

(ˌnʊər əˈstɑ ni, -ˈstæn i)

n., pl. -nis.
1. a native or inhabitant of Nuristan.
2. a group of languages spoken in Nuristan.
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Noun1.Kafiri - a Dardic language spoken by the Kafir in northeastern Afghanistan
Dard, Dardic, Dardic language - any of a group of Indic languages spoken in Kashmir and eastern Afghanistan and northern Pakistan
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