Wakhi language

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Wakhi is an eastern Iranic language spoken in northern Pakistan, northern Afghanistan and southwestern China. It belongs to the northeastern subgrouping of the Eastern Iranic languages.[1]

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  1. "Double oblique case and agreement across two dialects of Wakhi" (PDF). Daniel Kaufman, Queens College, CUNY GC & Endangered Language Alliance.