or Ta·djik, Ta·dzhik
[tah-jik, -jeek; Russian tuh-jik]
noun, plural Ta·jiks, (especially collectively) Ta·jik for 1.
a member of a people living mainly in Tadzhikistan, as well as parts of Afghanistan and China.
Also Ta·ji·ki [tah-ji-kee, tah-jee-] /ˈtɑ dʒɪ ki, tɑˈdʒi-/. the Iranian language spoken by the Tajiks, closely related to Persian but in Tadzhikistan written in the Cyrillic alphabet.
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Tadzhiki Tajik or Tadzhik
the language of the Tajik, belonging to the West Iranian subbranch of the Indo-European family
of or relating to the Tajik or their language
noun plural -jik
a member of a Persian-speaking Muslim people inhabiting Tajikistan and parts of Sinkiang in W China
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