That would be Farsi.Bara --> for
Baraiye-man --> for me
baraiye-tu --> for him/her
baraiye-mâ --> for us
baraiye-šhomâ --> for you all (If you want to speak in a polite way to a stranger or whatsoever, you'd say "shoma" to him/her even if you're only refering to one person)
baraiye-ona --> for them
All Afghan spoken Persian.
You mean peyqâm? But I have heard from Afghans of here who say it as payqâm. We also have these words from it: peyqâmbar -> peyqambar (has become peyqam probably for vowel harmoney), payâmbar. All mean "prophet; messenger". I doubt Afghans don't know such words.I've never heard it in my dialect; ever! Wayy too formal around these parts (I don't live in Afghanistan but I think you all get what I mean ).