Hazaragi (Persian: هزارگی) is a dialect of the Persian language, more precisely a part of the Dari dialect continuum (one of the main languages of Afghanistan), and is mutually intelligible with Dari.
Wakhi is an Indo-European language in the Eastern Iranian branch of the language family spoken today in Wakhan District, Afghanistan and also in Northern Pakistan, China, and Tajikistan.
Shughni is one of the Pamir languages of the Southeastern Iranian language group.
Central Pashto (Pashto: منځنۍ پښتو manźanəi pax̌to) is the standardized variety of Pashto which serves as a prestige Pashto dialect, and is based on the Ghilji dialect, spoken in the central Ghilji region, which covers the eastern Afghan region of Paktika, northern Zabul, southern Ghazni, and some surrounding region.
Tirahi, also called Dardù, is a nearly extinct if not already extinct Dardic language of the Kohistani group spoken in the Nangarhar Province of Northeastern Afghanistan.
Waṇētsī (Pashto: وڼېڅي), also called Tarīnō (Pashto: ترينو), Chalgarī (Pashto: څلګري tsalgarī), or Waneci, is a Pashto dialect which is spoken by a small population of Tareen tribes in Pakistan and Afghanistan, primarily in Harnai and Sinjawi area east of Quetta, northern Balochistan, Pakistan.
Northern Pashto or Northeastern Pashto, sometimes known as Pekhawari Pashto after its principal subdialect, is a Northern dialect of Pashto spoken in northern Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan.
Pashto (English pronunciation: /ˈpʌʃtoʊ/, rarely /ˈpæʃtoʊ/; Pashto: پښتو Pax̌tō [ˈpəʂt̪oː]), also known in older literature as Afghānī (افغانى) or Paṭhānī, is the South-Central Asian language of the Pashtuns.
Uzbek is a Turkic language and the official language of Uzbekistan.
Brahui /brəˈhuːi/ (Brahui: براہوئی) is a Dravidian language spoken by the Brahui people in the central Balochistan region of Pakistan and Afghanistan, and by expatriate Brahui communities in Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Iraq, and Iran.
Central Asian Arabic
Central Asian Arabic is a variety of Arabic spoken in Afghanistan, Tajikistan, and Uzbekistan, and currently facing extinction.
(Not to be confused with the Siraiki dialect of Sindhi.) Saraiki (سرائیکی Sarā'īkī) is a language variety of Western Punjabi.
Afshar or Afshari, also known as "Afshar Azerbaijani" is a Turkic language spoken in Turkey, Iran, Syria, and parts of Afghanistan by the Afshar people.
Moghol (or Mogholi) is a Mongolic language once spoken in the region of Herat, Afghanistan, in the villages of Kundur and Karez-i-Mulla.
Gawar-Bati (Narsati) is a language spoken in Chitral, Pakistan and across the border in Afghanistan.
The Munji language, also Munjani language, is a Pamir language spoken in Badakhshan Province in Afghanistan.
The Jakati or Inku language is spoken by several small, supposedly Romani ethnic groups (Jāt) in Afghanistan.
Dari (Dari: دری [dæˈɾiː]) or Dari Persian (Dari: فارسی دری [fɒːɾsije dæˈɾiː]) is the variety of the Persian language spoken in Afghanistan.
It is classified as member of the Nuristani sub-family of the Indo-Iranian languages.
Kamkata-vari, the largest Nuristani language, contains the main dialects Kata-vari, Kamviri and Mumviri.
Sanglechi is an Iranian language spoken in two villages in the Zebak District of Afghanistan.
Wasi-wari (Vasi-vari, Wasi-weri) is the language of the Wasi people, spoken in a few villages in the Pârun Valley (Prasun Valley) in Afghanistan.
Waigali is a language spoken by about 10,000 Kalasha people of the Waigal Valley in Afghanistan's Nuristan Province.
Nangalami, or Grangali, is a Dardic language of Afghanistan.
Shumashti – also known as Shumasht – is a Dardic language spoken in parts of western Pakistan and eastern Afghanistan.
The Parachi language is an Iranian language.
Domari is an Indo-Aryan language, spoken by older Dom people scattered across the Middle East and North Africa.
Pashayi or Pashai (sometimes referred to colloquially in neighbouring languages as "Shari") is a group of languages spoken by the Pashai people in parts of Kapisa, Laghman, Nuristan, Kunar, and Nangarhar Provinces in Northeastern Afghanistan.
Afghan Sign Language
Afghan Sign Language is the deaf sign language of Jalalabad in eastern Afghanistan, possibly with some presence in Kabul.
Tregami (Trigami), or Katar Gambiri, is a language spoken in the villages of Gambir, Kaṭâr, and Devoz in the Tregâm Valley off the lower Pech River in the Watapur District of Kunar Province in Afghanistan.
Ormuri (also known as Oormuri, Urmuri, Ormur, Ormui, Bargista, Baraks, and Baraki) is a dialect of Waziri Pashto spoken in Waziristan.
Sistani (also known as Sistanian) is a dialect continuum spoken by Sistani people mainly in Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan, Pakistan and Turkmenistan.
Adurgari (ادرغارى) is a secret cant of the nomadic Shaikh Mohammadi tribe of peddlers of Afghanistan, used especially in the presence of outsiders.
Mumviri is a dialect of the Kamkata-viri Nuristani language spoken by perhaps 1,500 of the Mumo people of Afghanistan.