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- variant spelling of Pashtun
- ‘But what did amaze the Greeks were the Pathans who lived there.’
- ‘There are also several distinct ethnic and linguistic groups in Pakistan, including Pathans, Punjabis, Sindhis, and Baluchis.’
- ‘The Pathans call it Abbaseen, Father of Rivers.’
- ‘Like the Pathans of Indian cricket, there are other youngsters out there with the ability to become youth icons.’
- ‘Another well-known Indian Muslim community is the Pathans.’
From Hindi Paṭhān.
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