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The Memon language, sometimes called Memoni is the language of Memons historically associated with Kathiawar, in West India, a Memon subgroup. Many Memons have settled in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan since the independence in 1947.


Kathiawadi Memons speak an unwritten language called Memoni, a mixture of Sindhi and Kutchi that belongs to the Indic (North-Western Zone) family of languages. While the Sindhi and Kutchi languages are spoken by both Muslims and non-Muslims, the Memon language (also called Memoni) refers exclusively to the vernacular of the Kathiawadi Memons who are Sunni Hanafi Muslims that migrated from Sindh to the neighbouring regions of Kutch and Kathiawar in Gujarat several centuries ago. In stress, intonation, and everyday speech, Memoni is very similar to Sindhi, but it borrowes extensively from Gujarati, Hindustani and lately English. Like most languages of the Indian subcontinent the sentence structure of Memoni generally follows subject–object–verb order. In Pakistan, Memoni has adopted many Urdu words and phrases.


The most nouns has a grammatical gender, either masculine or feminine and...
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