A cross between the language of Farsi and English. Usually used by Iranian immigrants who have been in an English speaking country for at least a couple of years. When spoken, the English portion of Farnglish has a lot more of a Persian accent to it than it normally would. Ex: Die-rhect TV vs. Durr-ect TV.
Yek farsheh expensive kharidam, now I have no moneey for shohpeeng. Mikhaiee fardah bereem khareed? --Farnglish
by imboredsoimdoingthis June 01, 2009