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  1. Abduyi dialect: The Abduyi dialect is a Southwestern Iranian language spoken in the village of Abduyi, reachable from Kazerun city in Southern ...
  2. Afshar language: Afshar or Afshari, is a Turkic language spoken in parts of Afghanistan and Iran. There are some speakers in Syria and Turkey. ...
  3. Aimaq language: Aimaq is a language of the Persian language subgroup spoken west of the Hazarajat, in central northwest Afghanistan, eastern Ir...
  4. Assyrian Neo-Aramaic: Assyrian Neo-Aramaic is a modern Eastern Aramaic or Syriac language. Assyrian Neo Aramaic is neither to be confused with Assyria...
  5. Azeri language: The Azeri language, also called Azari, Azeri Turkic, Azerbaijani, and Azerbaijani Turkic, is a Turkic language spoken in Azerbai...
  6. Balochi dialects: The Balochi language is divided in several dialects: Eastern Balochi, Western Balochi, Northern Balochi and Southern Balochi. Ea...
  7. Balochi language: Balochi is a Northwestern Iranian language. It is the principal language of the Baloch of Balochistan, Pakistan, eastern Iran a...
  8. Barbari (language): Barbari is a language of Afghanistan spoken in West of the Hazarajat, central northwest Afghanistan, eastern Iran, and Tajikista...
  9. Bashkardi language: Bashkardi or Bashagerdi is a southwestern Iranian language spoken in the southeast of Iran in the provinces of Kerman, Sistan an...
  10. Borujerdi dialect: The Borujerdi dialect is basically a Persian dialect spoken in Borujerd city and its surrounding areas in Lorestan Province of ...
  11. Brahui language: The Brahui or Bravi language, spoken by the Brahui, is a Dravidian language mainly spoken in Pakistan, although it is also spo...
  12. Caspian languages: Caspian languages are a branch of northwestern Iranian languages spoken in northern Iran, south of the Caspian Sea. ...
  13. Dari (Zoroastrian): Dari is a Northwestern Iranian ethnolect spoken as a first language by estimated 8,000 to 15,000 Zoroastrians in and around the ...
  14. Davani dialect: The Davani dialect is a Southwestern Iranian language spoken in the village of Davan, 12 kilometers north of Kazerun city in So...
  15. Dehwari: Dehwari is a Southwestern Iranian language spoken by over 20,000 people in Balochistan, Pakistan. Most of the Dehwari speakers a...
  16. Deilai language: The deilami language is a northwestern Iranian language and is spoken in Iran's Gilan Province. ...
  17. Deilami: The deilami language is local regional dialect of the Persian language, and a member of northwestern Iranian language branch, ...
  18. Deilami language: The Deilami language is local is language belonging to a member of northwestern Iranian language branch, of Iranian Languages....
  19. Dialects of Central Iran: There are several Western Iranian dialects which are spoken in Central Iran. ...
  20. Dialects of Fars: Dialects of Fars is a group of Southwestern and Northwestern Iranian dialects spoken in the Central Fars province. The major dia...
  21. Domari language: Domari is an Indo-Aryan language, spoken by the Dom people across the Middle East, mainly in Iran, Egypt, Pakistan, Turkey, Isra...
  22. Eastern Armenian language: Eastern Armenian is one of the two modern dialects of Armenian (an Indo-European language), spoken in the Caucasus Mountains (pa...
  23. Georgian language: Georgian is the official language of Georgia, a country in the Caucasus. ...
  24. Gilaki language: The Gilki language is an ancient and living Caspian language, and a member of the northwestern Iranian language branch, spoken i...
  25. Iraqi Arabic: Iraqi Arabic is a variety of Arabic spoken in the Mesopotamian basin of Iraq south of Baghdad as well as in neighboring Iran an...
  26. Judeo-Shirazi: Judeo-Shirazi is a dialect form of the Persian language. It is spoken mostly by Persian Jews living in Shiraz and surrounding ar...
  27. Kazeruni dialect (old): The Old Kazeruni dialect is an extinct Southwestern Iranian language spoken in the city of Kazerun in Southern Iran. ...
  28. Khalaj language: Khalaj is a language spoken primarily in Iran and Afghanistan. It belongs to the Turkic family of languages. There were approxim...
  29. Khalaj language (Iranic): Khalaj or Hallaj is an Iranian dialect spoken by some Kurdish communities in northwestern Iran and Republic of Azerbaijan. The n...
  30. Khorasani Turkic language: Khorasani Turkic ( / Turki Khorasani), or Qizilbash Turkic , is a language variety in the Turkic language family. It is spoken...
  31. Koroshi dialect: The Koroshi dialect , is a Northwestern Iranian language. The speakers of Koroshi live in scattered pockets in Southern Iranian ...
  32. Korouni dialect: The Korouni dialect , is a Southwestern Iranian language but close to Kurdish. The speakers of Korouni live in scattered pockets...
  33. Kurdish language: The Kurdish language is a term used for the language spoken by Kurds. It is mainly concentrated in the parts of Iran, Iraq, Syr...
  34. Laki language: Laki or Leki a transitory language between the Southwestern and Northwestern Iranian languages. According to several sources it ...
  35. Languages of Iran: This article deals with the languages found in Iran. The Iranian languages article deals with the linguistic branch of the Indo-...
  36. Larestani dialects: Larestani is a group of dialects of Persian spoken in Larestan (Lar) region of Fars province and parts of Hormozgan province (i...
  37. Lari dialect: Lari belongs to the subgroup of Larestani dialects. It is spoken in the southern part of Fars province in Iran, including the c...
  38. Lori dialects: Luri or Lori is a collection of southwestern Iranian dialects which are mainly spoken by the Lurs and Bakhtiari people in the I...
  39. Mandaic language: The Mandaic language is the liturgical language of the Mandaean religion. Classical Mandaic is used by a section of the Mandaean...
  40. Mazandarani language: Mazandarani or Tabari is an Iranian language of the northwestern branch. Spoken mainly in Iran's Mazandaran and Golestan provin...
  41. Neo-Mandaic: Neo-Mandaic (Arabic, (Ratnah), in Persian: (Manda'i-ye no)) is the modern reflex of Classical Mandaic, the liturgical language...
  42. Persian dialects in Khuzestan: There are a number of Khuzestani Persian dialects unique to the province of Khuzestan in southwestern Iran. ...
  43. Persian language: Persian (local names: (Farsi) or (Parsi); see Nomenclature), is an Indo-European language spoken in Iran, Afghanistan, and T...
  44. Persian Sign Language: Persian Sign Language is the sign language used by Deaf and hard-of-hearing people in Iran. ...
  45. Qashqai language: Qashqai is a Turkic language spoken by the Qashqai, an ethnic group living mainly in the Fars region of Iran. Estimates of the ...
  46. Salchuq language: Salchuq is a Turkic language spoken in Iran. It is probably a dialect of Azerbaijani although ISO 639-3 and Ethnologue continue...
  47. Senaya language: The Senaya language is a modern Eastern Aramaic or Syriac language. It is the language of Assyrians originally from Sanandaj in ...
  48. Sivandi language: Sivandi is an Iranian language spoken in Fars Province, Iran by around 7000 people. ...
  49. South Azeri language: South Azeri (also known as South Azerbaijani) is a variety of the Azeri language spoken in northwestern Iran and neighboring reg...
  50. Talysh language: The traditional heartlands of the Talysh language are the northern regions of the Iranian provinces of Gilan and Ardabil and the...
  51. Turkmen language: Turkmen is the name of the national language of Turkmenistan. It is spoken by approximately 3,430,000 people in Turkmenistan, a...
  52. Vafsi language: Vafsi, is an Iranian language spoken in the Vafs village and surrounding area in the Markazi province of Iran. Vafsi belongs to ...

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