Waṇetsi (Pashto: وڼېڅي), commonly called Tarīno (Pashto: ترينو), and sometimes Tsalgari (Pashto: څلګري), is a distinct dialect of Pashto and is considered by some to be a different language. In some cases, Wanetsi rather shares similarities with the Pamir language of Munji, showing to be something of a bridge between the former and Pashto. It is perhaps a representation for a more archaic, or very early, form of Pashto.
|Region||Balochistan, Southern Afghanistan|
It is spoken by the Spin Tareen tribe in Pakistan and Afghanistan, primarily in Harnai (هرنای) and Chawter (چوتېر) area in Sanjawi, Northern Balochistan, Pakistan. The Tarīno or Waṇetsi is at risk due to lack of attention.