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2020, Vol. 2, Issue 4, Part D

The effects of Arabic language on Dari language and literature


Author(s): Hameedullah Nayab and Abdulmatin Rashidi

Abstract: There is no language in the world that has not borrowed words from other languages; all languages have influenced each other, a language that has not borrowed from others is called dead language. Also, the Arabic and Dari languages borrowed many words and affected each other until both have evolved. With the emergence of the sacred religion of Islam and the Arab domination of the lands of Iran and Khorasan, the Arabic language became widespread until the Dari language was drawn to the Arabic script and many Arabic words were introduced into the Dari language. Most of their political, bureaucratic, religious, and legal expressions have been borrowed from the Arabic language. The Arabic language has also borrowed intact vocabulary and borrowed many words (in the form of Arabic formats) from the Dari language, especially the words. This came to Arabic through the translation of scientific and literary books of Dari language.

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How to cite this article:
Hameedullah Nayab, Abdulmatin Rashidi. The effects of Arabic language on Dari language and literature. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2020;2(4):220-224.
International Journal of Advanced Academic Studies