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(tɑːˈdʒɪkiː; -ˈdʒiː-) or






(Languages) the language of the Tajik, belonging to the West Iranian subbranch of the Indo-European family
(Peoples) of or relating to the Tajik or their language
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Noun1.Tajiki - the Iranian language of the Tajik that is closely related to Farsi; spoken in Iran and Tajikistan
Iranian language, Iranian - the modern Persian language spoken in Iran
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Davlatali Davlatzoda's monography 'Muslims: A True History of Rise and Decline', dedicated to the history of the formation and development of the Muslim community and the contribution of Muslims to the development of world civilization, was published on Tajik language in Dushanbe in 2017 and attracted the attention of many researchers and readers.
He seeks to recruit Tajik fighters and to raise funds using online propaganda in the Tajik language, says the report.
The poetry of Faiz has been formulated in the Tajik language and will also be published very soon.
The Samarkand State University's Rector, Professor Rustam Holmurodov and head of the Tajik Language and Literature Department of the university, Professor Jumah Hamrokh visited the university in order to get familiar with the training process, material and technical base of the Khujand Polytechnic Institute.
In recent years, we have seen exceptional popularity for our East Beam service, providing high quality free-to-air Farsi content -- of which the Tajik language is a variety -- as we commit to meeting the needs of regional audiences,"he added.
The song will be only in Tajik language and it will be sung by only Tajik singer.
These books were translated into the Tajik language and published in Tajikistan by the Azerbaijani embassy.
Also, the Tajik language is closely related to New Persian while Kirghiz, Kazakh, Uzbek, and Turkmen are Turkic languages notwithstanding Roudik's statement that Turkmen is "close to the northern Iranian dialect" (6).
The Tajik language and its literature are a tangle of paradoxes.
According to them, Sayvali Shafiev is also engaged in the recruitment of new militants for grouping and fundraising on the Internet: while he uses exclusively the Tajik language.