Also Push·to [puhsh-toh] /ˈpʌʃ toʊ/.
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Examples from the Web for pushtu

Historical Examples of pushtu

  • 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.

    At the Court of the Amr

    John Alfred Gray

  • It was conducted in Pushtu, and was naturally unintelligible to every one of our party except the two political officers.

  • The old General spoke Pushtu fluently, and there was a parley, begun by him, ordinarily the most silent of mankind.

  • His Highness addressed his audience for some little time, chiefly in Pushtu but partly in Persian.

    At the Court of the Amr

    John Alfred Gray