They do not speak the Hebrew, but two languages called the Pukhtu and Pushtu.
The man refused with a Pushtu oath: and high words followed.
It was conducted in Pushtu, and was naturally unintelligible to every one of our party except the two political officers.
His Highness addressed his audience for some little time, chiefly in Pushtu but partly in Persian.
The old General spoke Pushtu fluently, and there was a parley, begun by him, ordinarily the most silent of mankind.