Zargari (or Romano) is a dialect of Balkan Romany, spoken in Zargar region (Abyek district) of the Qazvin Province of in Iran by the ethnic Zargari. The language can be found in surrounding regions as well.
for me= Miri
for you= Diri
Night= Radi 
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