Pahari



[pah-hahr-ee, puh-] /pɑˈhɑr i, pə-/

noun, plural Pahari, Paharis.
1.
one of several hill peoples inhabiting the area in India SW of the Ganges River.
2.
a member of these peoples.
3.
a group of Indic languages or dialects spoken by the Pahari.
/pəˈhɑːrɪ/
noun
1.
a group of Indo-European languages spoken in the Himalayas, divided into Eastern Pahari (Nepali) and Western Pahari (consisting of many dialects)

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