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Qamosona: multilingual Pashto dictionary

ThePashto: Pashto-English dictionary (Arabic & Latin scripts)

Pashto-English dictionary by Zeeya Pashtoon (2009)

Etymological vocabulary of Pashto by Georg Morgenstierne (2003)

dictionnaire pachto-anglais (1939) پښتو انګليسي قاموس

Dictionary of the Pukkhto or Pukshto language, in which the words are traced to their sources in the Indian and Persian languages, by Henry Walter Bellew (1901)

Dictionary of the Puk'hto, Pus'hto, or language of the Afgháns, by Henry George Raverty (1860)

Conversational manual: common phrases in English, Hindustani, Persian and Pashtu, by George Plunkett (1875) (Latin script)

Etymologie und Lautlehre des Afghānischen by Wilhelm Geiger (1893) NEW

17 minute languages: Pashto-English common phrases (+ audio)

Defense language institute: basic vocabulary of the Afghan Pashto (+ audio) - civil affairs - medical

Defense language institute: basic vocabulary of the Pakistanese Pashto (+ audio) - civil affairs - medical

Khyber: Pashto first names (WaybackMachine)

Turkish and Mongol loanwords in Pashto by Matteo de Chiara, in Iranian Languages and Literatures of Central Asia (2015) NEW

Pashto botanical terms in Ivan Steblin-Kamensky's Ètimologičeskij slovarʹ vaxanskogo jazyka (Этимологический словарь ваханского языка), with Adriano Rossi, in Jubilee Volume in Honour of Prof. Ivan Steblin-Kamensky (2015)

Note: The Wakhi language is spoken in the Wakhan corridor, in Eastern Afghanistan, located between Pakistan and Tajikistan.

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Pashto keyboard to type a text with the Arabic script

Pashto alphabet

Speaking Afghan Pashto by Randall Olsen (1996)

Reference grammar of Pashto by Habibullah Tegey & Barbara Robson (1996)

Beginning Pashto, textbook (1993)

Pashto reader (1992)

Pashto by Georg Morgenstierne, in Encyclopædia Iranica (1982)

On the origin of the terms Afghan and Pashtun by Johnny Cheung, in Studia philologica iranica (2017)

Four varieties of Pashto by Michael Henderson, in Journal of the American Oriental Society (1983)

Some "Indic" features in Pashto by Michael Henderson, in Wisconsin Papers in Linguistics (1970)

Origins of the Pashto language and phases of its literary evolution, by María Isabel Maldonado García, in Journal of research (2016)

Selected Pashto problems: the Pashto accent, by Johnny Cheung, in Persica (2010)

Historical phonology: on vocalism and etyma (2011)

Ancient loanwords from early new Persian and Indo-Aryan and the historical contacts of Pashto and its speakers

Prospective in Pashto and the usage of wə́- and ba/bə, with sideviews on Persian bi- (and its predecessors), in Prospective and Proximative in Turkic, Iranian and beyond (2017)

The Pashto language and identity-formation in Pakistan by Tariq Rahman, in Contemporary South Asia (1995)

Die Entwicklung des Paschto als moderne literatursprache by Manfred Lorenz, in Language reform: history and future (1990)

L'aspect en pashto : perfectivité et « éventuel », by Daniel Septfonds, in Actances (2001)

La personne en pashto (1994)

Classement morphosyntaxique des verbes : coalescence et transitivité en pashto (1981)

Manual of Pushtu by George Roos-Keppel & Qazi Abdul Ghani Khan (1922)

Grammar and vocabulary of Waziri Pashto (Waziristan, Pakistan) by John Lorimer (1902)

Grammar of the Pukkhto or Pukshto language by Henry Walter Bellew (1867)

Grammar of the Puk'hto, Pus'hto, or language of the Afgháns, by Henry George Raverty (1867)

Pashto journal published by the Pashto Academy, University of Peshawar

books & papers about the Pashto language: Google books | Internet archive | Academia | Wikipedia

The Pashto language is spoken in Afghanistan and Pakistan (see linguistic map of the Iranian language).

BBC - VOA - DW: news in Pashto

Texts & Literature

The diwan by Abdul Rahman Mohmand (or Rahman Baba) عبدالرحمان مومند Sufi, one of the greatest Pashtun poet (17th-18th)

Tanzil: translation of the Quran into Pashto by Abdulwali Khan

The Quran translated into Pashto

AfghanBibles: translation of the Bible into Pashto (+ audio)

The Gospel for the Afgháns being a short critical examination of a small portion of the New Testament in the Push'to or Afghán language, by Henry George Raverty (1864)

First article of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights
د بشر ټول افراد آزاد نړۍ ته راځی او د حيثيت او حقوقو له پلوه سره برابر دی.
ټول د عقل او وجدان خاوندان دی او يو له بل سره د ورورۍ په روحيې سره بايد چلند کړی.

Afghanistan: maps & documents

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