The Jakati or Inku language is spoken by several small, supposedly Romani ethnic groups (Jāt) in Afghanistan. Nevertheless, contrary to other Romani languages, it is related to the Western Punjabi of Pakistan. The name Jāt is not a self-designation of the groups but rather a collective, often pejorative name given by outsiders, It is spoken by Jat groups; these are not to be confused with the Jats of India and Pakistan.

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  • The Jakati or Inku language is spoken by several small, supposedly Romani ethnic groups (Jāt) in Afghanistan. Nevertheless, contrary to other Romani languages, it is related to the Western Punjabi of Pakistan. The name Jāt is not a self-designation of the groups but rather a collective, often pejorative name given by outsiders, It is spoken by Jat groups; these are not to be confused with the Jats of India and Pakistan. (en)
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  • The Jakati or Inku language is spoken by several small, supposedly Romani ethnic groups (Jāt) in Afghanistan. Nevertheless, contrary to other Romani languages, it is related to the Western Punjabi of Pakistan. The name Jāt is not a self-designation of the groups but rather a collective, often pejorative name given by outsiders, It is spoken by Jat groups; these are not to be confused with the Jats of India and Pakistan. (en)
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