Lahnda


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Lahnda

(ˈlɑːndə)
n
(Languages) a language or group of dialects of Pakistan, belonging to the Indic branch of the Indo-European family and closely related to Punjabi
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Saraiki has been classified as an Indo-European language from the Indo-Iranian, Indo-Aryan family, north western zone, Lahnda.
Also here Romani agrees with the central languages like Hindi, but disagrees with the north-western languages including Sindhi, Lahnda and Panjabi.
OIA labial or dental + r are usually preserved in Romani as well as to a varying extent in the west and north-west as in Sindhi, Lahnda, Dardic and West Pahari.
Generally, linguists find Hindko as related to Lahnda sub group of Indo-Aryan languages that branch off Indo-Iranian languages.
in Sindhi, Lahnda dialects, and, among the Dardic languages, sometimes in Kashmiri; 3) in some languages situated in the western part of the central zone, i.
The north-western branch comprises Nuristani, Dardic and West Pahari whereas pronominal suffixes are found in Kashmiri, Shina, Lahnda, Sindhi, Poguli and some dialects of Panjabi.
The language or languages of these texts are various forms of early New Indo-Aryan, in a style often referred to as sant bhasa, but with influences from a diversity of languages, including Sanskrit, Apabhramsha, Braj, Hindi, Marathi, Lahnda, and Panjabi.