[puhsh-toh] /ˈpʌʃ toʊ/
an Indo-European, Iranian language that is the official language of Afghanistan and the chief vernacular of the eastern part of the nation.
a language of Afghanistan and NW Pakistan, belonging to the East Iranian branch of the Indo-European family: since 1936 the official language of Afghanistan
(pl) -to, -tos, -tu, -tus. a speaker of the Pashto language; a Pathan
denoting or relating to this language or a speaker of it
1784, from Persian pashto (Afghan pakhto). Related: Pashtun.
noun any Pashto-speaking person of Afghanistan or Pakistan; the group collectively; also called Pakhtun
release. (1.) The son of Immer (probably the same as Amariah, Neh. 10:3; 12:2), the head of one of the priestly courses, was “chief governor [Heb. paqid nagid, meaning “deputy governor”] of the temple” (Jer. 20:1, 2). At this time the _nagid_, or “governor,” of the temple was Seraiah the high priest (1 Chr. 6:14), […]
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