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Dameli is a language spoken by approximately 5,000 people in the Domel Valley, in the Chitral District of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. The Domel or Damel Valley is about ten miles south of Drosh on the East Side of the Chitral or Kunar river, on the road from the Mirkhani Fort to the pass of Arandu. The language is classified as a Dardic language but this is more of a geographical classification than a linguistic one. The Dardic languages have been historically seen as Indo-Iranian, but today they are placed within Indo-Aryan following Morgenstierne's work.

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  • Le dameli (autonyme damia-baśa) est une langue indo-iranienne du sous-groupe des langues dardiques, parlée dans la vallée du Damel qui se situe dans le district de Chitral, au Nord du Pakistan. Le nombre de locuteurs est estimé à 5 000 environ.
  • Дамели — один из дардских языков. Распространён в долине Домел округа Читрал пакистанской провинции Хайбер-Пахтунхва. Долина находится примерно в 10 милях к югу от города Дрош, на восточной стороне реки Читрал, на дороге, ведущей из форта Миркхани в деревню Арунду. Численность носителей по данным на 2001 год составляет около 5000 человек. Дамели имеет очень сильное влияние со стороны нуристанских языков. Некоторые носители владеют также урду либо пушту. По всей видимости, язык имеет вполне стабильное положение, так как широко используется молодым поколением.
  • Dameli is a language spoken by approximately 5,000 people in the Domel Valley, in the Chitral District of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. The Domel or Damel Valley is about ten miles south of Drosh on the East Side of the Chitral or Kunar river, on the road from the Mirkhani Fort to the pass of Arandu. The language is classified as a Dardic language but this is more of a geographical classification than a linguistic one. The Dardic languages have been historically seen as Indo-Iranian, but today they are placed within Indo-Aryan following Morgenstierne's work.
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  • Dameli is a language spoken by approximately 5,000 people in the Domel Valley, in the Chitral District of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan. The Domel or Damel Valley is about ten miles south of Drosh on the East Side of the Chitral or Kunar river, on the road from the Mirkhani Fort to the pass of Arandu. Emil Perder's 2013 dissertation, A Grammatical Description of Dameli, based on the author's field work, is the first comprehensive description of the Dameli language. Before Perder's work, the main source of information on Dameli was an article by Georg Morgenstierne, published in 1942: "Notes on Dameli: A Kafir-Dardic Language of the Chitral". A sociolinguistic survey written by Kendall Decker (1992) contains a chapter on Dameli. The language is classified as a Dardic language but this is more of a geographical classification than a linguistic one. The Dardic languages have been historically seen as Indo-Iranian, but today they are placed within Indo-Aryan following Morgenstierne's work. Dameli is still the main language in the villages where it is spoken, and is regularly learned by children. Most of the men speak Pashto as a second language, and some also speak Khowar and Urdu but there are no signs of massive language change. The Norwegian linguist Georg Morgenstierne wrote that Chitral is the area of the greatest linguistic diversity in the world. Although Khowar is the predominant language of Chitral, more than ten other languages are spoken here. These include Kalasha-mun, Palula, Dameli, Gawar-Bati, Nuristani, Yidgha, Burushaski, Gujar, Wakhi, Kyrgyz, and Pashto. Since many of these languages have no written form, letters are usually written in Urdu.
  • Le dameli (autonyme damia-baśa) est une langue indo-iranienne du sous-groupe des langues dardiques, parlée dans la vallée du Damel qui se situe dans le district de Chitral, au Nord du Pakistan. Le nombre de locuteurs est estimé à 5 000 environ.
  • Дамели — один из дардских языков. Распространён в долине Домел округа Читрал пакистанской провинции Хайбер-Пахтунхва. Долина находится примерно в 10 милях к югу от города Дрош, на восточной стороне реки Читрал, на дороге, ведущей из форта Миркхани в деревню Арунду. Численность носителей по данным на 2001 год составляет около 5000 человек. Дамели имеет очень сильное влияние со стороны нуристанских языков. Некоторые носители владеют также урду либо пушту. По всей видимости, язык имеет вполне стабильное положение, так как широко используется молодым поколением.
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