Persian Romani

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Ghorbati, Persian-Gypsy, Lyuli Slang
غوربتی/قوربتی
Native toIran, Afghanistan, Central Asia, Pakistan
Dialects
  • Afghan Ghorbat
  • Magati
  • Qorbati of Shiraz
  • Arabi/Arabcha or Lafzi Mugat (also Jogigi)
  • Adurgari
  • Chistonegi
  • Karachi
Language codes
ISO 639-3None (mis)
Glottologpers1247

Persian Romani also known as Ghorbati/Qorbati (قوربتی) is a Persian and Romani mixed language spoken in Khorasan (Iran, Afghanistan, and Pakistan) as well as Central Asia (Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, and Kyrgyzstan).[1] It has mostly Persian vocabulary with a few additional native Romani words.

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