But Pashto and Dari are the official state languages.
What does Pash stand for?
Pash stands for Pashto (Afghan; linguistics)
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We have 16 other meanings of Pash in our Acronym Attic
- Process Analytical Support Group (Pfizer, Ltd; Sandwich, Kent, UK)
- Provincetown AIDS Support Group (est. 1983; Provincetown, MA)
- Paarl Association of School Governing Bodies (South Africa)
- Polish-American Society of Greater Cincinnati (Ohio)
- P. Allen Smith Garden Home
- Partnership for African Social and Governance Research (Nairobi, Kenya)
- Personnel Armor System for Ground Troops (US DoD)
- Palaeoclimates of the Southern Hemisphere
- Palo Alto School of Hypnotherapy (Palo Alto, CA)
- Pan-African Society of Hypertension (est. 2010)
- Polycyclic Aromatic Sulfur-Containing Hydrocarbons
- Promoting Adolescent Sexual Health (community-based program; Australia)
- Pseudoangiomatous Stromal Hyperplasia (oncology)
- Public Access Shoreline Hawai'i
- Pakistan Software Houses Association
- Parallel Software/Hardware Applications
- Persian American Society for Health Advancement (Los Angeles, CA)
- Personal Assistant for Scheduling Appointments
- Program Archive on Sexuality, Health and Adolescence (Sociometrics Corp.)
- Pan American Studies Institute
Samples in periodicals archive:
19 ( ANI ): Pashto music is undergoing a drastic makeover with violence, drone strikes and suicide bombing slowly replacing romance and beauty.
With this awesome product, I have built a solid foundation in the Pashto language in just two months, which I use every day with astonished Afghans.
Mostly concentrated in a few villages of the Ganderbal district, adjacent to Srinagar, the Pashto channel has given a new lease of life to the minority population's language and culture.
PAK Pashto Adabi Karawan (PPAK), a literary organisation of expatriate Pakistanis in Qatar, recently released two Pashto language books written by local writers.
These Westerners, rather than learning Dari and Pashto and seeking to seamlessly fit into Afghan society so as to help rebuild Afghanistan, have their own agenda.
Forget the Taliban, come on enjoy," he said, jumping up to dance along to a song from a fabled Pashto musical blaring out into the auditorium.
Military chaplains stationed in the US air base at Bagram were also filmed with bibles printed in the country's main Pashto and Dari languages.