To the left was West Pakistan, where they ruled, and spoke Urdu, and wrote in an alphabet that flowed like water under wind.
Imran Khan speaks in Urdu to his Pakistani-American audience.
Interestingly, as Azad means “freedom” in Arabic, Urdu, Farsi, Turkish, and other languages, "Uhuru" means "freedom" in Swahili.
In its place came something which, striving to fuse Urdu and Telugu, seemed to devalue both.
They were multilingual, fluent in Arabic, Urdu, Baluch, and English, and moved easily through a globalizing world.
It may be compared to a limited extent with Urdu, the camp language of India.
He had spoken once or twice in Urdu to the mullah and had received no answer.
It was noticeable he spoke far clearer Urdu than long ago, under Zam-Zammah; but the father would allow no private talk.
As they spoke no English, we were obliged to converse with them in Urdu.
The special name Urdu, however, has now superseded the term Hindustani, when we think of the language as a literary medium.
official language of Pakistan, 1796, from Hindustani urdu "camp," from Turkish ordu (source of horde); short for zaban-i-urdu "language of the camp." Compare Dzongkha, a variant of Tibetan and the official language of Bhutan, literally "the language of the fortress."