About Persian Language
Persian (/ˈpɜːrʒən, –ʃən/), also known as Farsi. Persians – are an Iranian ethnic group, which makes up a large part of the population of Iran. In the modern world, Persian people are born in Iran, Afghanistan, Tajikistan and Uzbekistan.
Persian native speakers about 70 million and 110 million speakers in total in the world. The official language in Iran (as Persian), Afghanistan (as Dari), Tajikistan (as Tajik).
A Bit of History
Old Persian is attested in Royal Achaemenid Inscriptions. The most established realized content written in Old Persian is from the Behistun Inscription, dating from the period of King Darius I (522-486 BC). Old Persian is one of the oldest Indo-European languages which is attested in original texts.
- Persian Braille
- Hebrew alphabet
- Tajik alphabet (Tajikistan)
- Persian alphabet (Iran and Afghanistan)
Modern Iranian Persian and Afghan Persian are written using the Persian alphabet which is a modified variant of the Arabic alphabet, which uses different pronunciation and additional letters that are not found in Arabic language.
There are a few letters commonly just used in Arabic loanwords. These letters are articulated equivalent to comparable Persian letters. For instance, there are four practically indistinguishable letters for/z/ (ز ذ ض ظ), three letters for/s/(س ص ث), two letters for/t/(ط ت), two letters for/h/(ح ه). Then again, there are four letters that don’t exist in Arabic پ چ ژ گ.
Our most commonly used Persian translations:
- English to Persian
- French to Persian
- German to Persian
- Spanish to Persian
- Swedish to Persian
- Czech to Persian
- Slovak to Persian
- Latvian to Persian
- Russian to Persian