Harzandi, or Harzani, is a dialect of Tati spoken in the north of the Iranian province of East Azarbaijan, around the village of Harzand. The major difference between Harzandi and other related dialects is its tendency to use longer vowels. It also has the close vowel 'oe'.[clarification needed] Harzandi tends to change the Iranian voiced dental 'd' into a liquid r, e.g. shuran (to go) for shudan (c.f. Middle Persian shudan-).
Some Harzandi words: oev (öv)= Water; voer= Wind, hoev= Sister, isbaa= Dog (c.f. Pashto: spay).