Laki (Kurdish: لهکی ,لکي, romanized: Lekî, Persian: لکی) is a vernacular that consists of two dialects; Pish-e Kuh Laki and Posht-e Kuh Laki. Laki is considered a Kurdish dialect, by most linguists and is spoken chiefly in the area between Khorramabad and Kermanshah by about one million native speakers.
|Kurdish: لەکی, Lekî|
|Native to||Iran and Turkey|
|Region||Provinces of Hamadan, Ilam, Lorestan and Kermanshah in Iran and scattered around Turkey|
|Ethnicity||Kurds (Lak tribe)|
|1,000,000 (2000 estimate), including 150,000 monolinguals|