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The term "Persian" is used as an adjective— especially pertaining to the arts—and to designate the principal language spoken in Iran.
The term is often used to designate the larger cultural sphere of Iranian civilization.
This also applies to many non-Iranians living in Afghanistan, Central Asia, northern India, and parts of Iraq and the Persian Gulf region. In English, "Persian" is the name for the primary language spoken in Iran.
It is incorrect, but increasingly common in English-speaking countries to use the native term, "Farsi," to identify the language.
They are related to the term "Aryan" and it is supposed that the plateau was occupied in prehistoric times by Indo-European peoples from Central Asia.
Through many invasions and changes of empire, this essential designation has remained a strong identifying marker for all populations living in this region and the many neighboring territories that fell under its influence due to conquest and expansion.
The population is balanced (51 percent male, 49 percent female), extremely young, and urban.
More than three-quarters of Iran's habitants are under thirty years of age, and an equal percentage live in urban areas.
Approximately half of the population speaks Persian and affiliated dialects as their primary language.
Approximately 30 percent of this boundary is seacoast. Iran's central plateau is actually a tectonic plate.
It forms a basin surrounded by several tall, heavily eroded mountain ranges, principally the Elburz Mountains in the north and the Zagros range in the west and south.
Ancient Greek geographers designated the territory as "Persia" after the territory of Fars where the ancient Achamenian Empire had its seat.
Today as a result of migration and conquest, people of Indo-European, Turkic, Arab, and Caucasian origin have some claim to Iranian cultural identity.