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Kamkata-vari (Kâmkata-vari) is the largest Nuristani language. It contains the main dialects Kata-vari, Kamviri and Mumviri. Kata-vari and Kamviri are sometimes erroneously reckoned as two separate languages, but according to linguist Richard Strand they form one language. The Kamkata-vari language is spoken by 40,000–60,000 people, from the Kata, Kom, Mumo, Kshto and some smaller Black-Robed tribes in parts of Afghanistan and Pakistan. There are dialectal differences of the Kamkata-vari speakers of Pakistan. The most used alternative names for the language are Kati or Bashgali.

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  • El idioma kamkata-vari (Kâmkata-vari) es la . Contiene los dialectos principales , y . Kata-vari y Kamviri a veces se consideran erróneamente como dos idiomas separados, pero según el lingüista Richard Strand forman un solo idioma. El idioma Kamkata-vari lo hablan entre 40.000 y 60.000 personas, de los , , Mumo, Kshto y algunos en partes de Afganistán y Pakistán. Hay diferencias dialectales de los hablantes de Kamkata-vari de Pakistán. Los nombres alternativos más utilizados para el idioma son "Kati" o "Bashgali".
  • Kamkata-vari (Kâmkata-vari) is the largest Nuristani language. It contains the main dialects Kata-vari, Kamviri and Mumviri. Kata-vari and Kamviri are sometimes erroneously reckoned as two separate languages, but according to linguist Richard Strand they form one language. The Kamkata-vari language is spoken by 40,000–60,000 people, from the Kata, Kom, Mumo, Kshto and some smaller Black-Robed tribes in parts of Afghanistan and Pakistan. There are dialectal differences of the Kamkata-vari speakers of Pakistan. The most used alternative names for the language are Kati or Bashgali.
  • Le kati (ou bashgali) est une langue indo-iranienne du groupe des langues nouristanies, parlée en Afghanistan, dans le Nouristan, ainsi que dans quelques localités du Chitral, au Pakistan.
  • Il kati (okativiri o bashgali) è una lingua appartenente alla Famiglia linguistica delle Lingue indoiraniche sottogruppo Lingue nuristani, parlata in Afghanistan, nella Provincia di Nurestan, ed in alcuni villaggi del distretto di Chitral, in Pakistan.
  • Język kati (język kamkata-viri) – język z grupy języków nuristańskich. Używany przez ludy Kata, Kom, Mumo i Ksto (łącznie 24 200 mówiących) na pograniczu Afganistanu i Pakistanu. 3 silnie zróżnicowane dialekty: Kata-vari, Kamviri i Mumviri. Nie wykształcił kultury pisanej.
  • Kamkata-vari (Nome nativo: Kâmkata-vari) é uma . Seus dialetos principais são kata-vari, kamviri e mumviri. Kata-vari e kamviri são às vezes erroneamente considerados duas línguas distintas, mas de acordo com o linguista , eles formam uma única língua. A língua kamkata-vari é falada por 40.000 a 60.000 pessoas, dos Kata, Kom, Mumo, Kshto e algumas tribos menores com Trajes Negros em partes do Afeganistão e do Paquistão. Existem diferenças dialetais entre os falantes de kamkata-vari do Paquistão. Os nomes alternativos mais usados para o idioma são kati ou bashgali.
  • Кати́ (башгали́, камката-вири) — язык, крупнейший представитель нуристанской языковой группы. Распадается на несколько диалектов: восточный и западный ката-вари, камвири и мумвири (последние иногда рассматриваются как самостоятельные языки). Камката-вири относится к нуристанской группе индоиранской ветви индоевропейских языков. На камката-вири говорят племена ката, ком, мумо, ксто и ряд более мелких племен в Афганистане и Пакистане. Всего говорящих — около 18 700 человек в племени ката (15 000 в Афганистане и около 3 700 в Пакистане), и около 5 500 (по другим данным более 10 000) в племени ком.
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