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Burushaski is a language isolate spoken by some 50,000-60,000 people in the Hunza, Nagir, Yasin, and some parts of the Gilgit valleys in northern Pakistan.
It is thought that the language has remained unchanged since the 13th century, and at one time it was spoken in most parts of the area. Today it contains loanwords from Urdu and a few words from neighboring languages (Khowar and Shina), but enough original vocabulary remains to distinguish it from these languages. These neighbouring languages also contain loan words from Burushaski. Attempts have been made to establish a relationship between Burushaski and Sumerian, Basque, and the Caucasian and Dravidian language families; however, these efforts have met with little acceptance from linguists.
There are three dialects of Burushaski: used in Hunza, Nagar, and Yasin. The dialect of Yasi is thought to be pure, but the most popular and written dialect is that of Hunza. Burushaski is either related to or influenced by a non-Indo-Aryan "Southern" subgroup of Indo-European which he takes to include Phrygian and Thracian, and by Balto-Slavic; these claims are by no means yet accepted.
Burushaski is also known as Burushaski, Brushas, and Brushias.
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