Maraghei (Tati: مراغی، مراقی) is a dialect of the Tati language, spoken in the Gilan Province, and upper Rudbar area (Rudbar-e Alamut). The Maraghei Tati is closely related to Talysh and Gozarkhani, and falls under the Qazvinic (spoken in the Qazvin Province) language. One dialect spoken is Dikini, there are also various other dialects.
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- Maraghei dialect of Mushqin, Hossein Ali Rasouli, 1990, University of Tehran (Persian)
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- Iranian languages of Alamut, Professor Ehsan Yarshater, 1969, Munich
- "Glottolog 2.6 - Maraghei". glottolog.org. Retrieved 2016-01-02.
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