Azik language

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Abarik Tongya
Ethnicity Aziks
Native speakers 14
Language family Indo-European
Writing system See below
Official status
Minority status  Nedland (since 2016)
Regulated by Unregulated (since 2016)
Azik Ministry of Culture (2013–16)

Azik (Abarik) is an Indo-Iranian constructed language, spoken primarily by the Azik people. It is a recognized officially in North Azikistan, and as a minority language in Nedland, specifically in its South Azikistan khanate. It is closely related to Persian and Tajik, but is too different from the two to be considered a dialect of either.

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