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The Yaghnobi language is a living Northeastern Iranian language, and is spoken in high valley of the Yaghnob River in the Zarafshan area of Tajikistan. It is considered to be direct descendant of Sogdian by many linguists. There are between 3,000 and 6,000 Yaghnobi speakers.
Most Yaghnobi speakers are bilingual in Tajik. Yaghnobi is used mostly for daily family communication, while Tajik is used by Yaghnobi speakers for business and formal transactions.
There are two main dialects, western and eastern, which differ primarily in phonetics. For example, to the historical *θ is t in the western dialects and in the eastern there is s, e.g. met - mes (day; from Sogdian mēθ), and the Western ay corresponds to eastern e, i.e. wayš - weš (grass; Sogdian wayš).
The fact that a single Russian ethnographer was told by nearby Tajiks—long hostile to the Yaghnobis, who were late to adopt Islam—that the Yaghnobis used their language as a "secret" mode of communication to confuse the Tajiks has led to the belief by some (especially those reliant solely on Russian sources) that Yaghnobi or some derivative of it was used as a code for nefarious purposes.
Yaghnobi is a scriptless language, but in accordance of some ethnographers the Yaghnobis used a modified form of Arabic alphabet. Nowdays the language is transcribed by scholars using modified Latin alphabet.
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