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the Lurish language has three main dialects:
the southern Lurish has around 2 million native speakers that live in Kohgiluyeh va buyerahmad ,Fars ,Bushehr and Khuzistan provinces.
Southern Luri, an Indo-European language in the Southwestern Group of Iranian languages, counts almost one million speakers. Still, while brief linguistic sketches have been written in Farsi, the existence of Southern Luri as a distinct language group has until recently been unknown to Western scholarship.
In a recent comparative work, 'Update on Luri: How Many Languages?' (2003), Anonby established the existence of three separate languages in the Luri continuum: Luristani, Bakhtiari and Southern Luri. In the present study, the author provides a window into the phonological system of Southern Luri. Although closely related to both Bakhtiari and Farsi, the language is nonetheless distinguished by a number of particular - and at times striking - phonological characteristics. The vowel system is marked by a rich inventory of diphthongs, several of which exhibit historical /h/ as a lengthening element. Among the numerous phonological processes, pervasive short vowel reduction and a series of consonant softenings are most prominent.
Rigorous restrictions in the composition of syllables drive most of the morphophonemic processes.
The study addresses the impact of borrowing on the language and concludes with a précis on speech style, stress and intonation processes. Erik John Anonby is a researcher in Linguistics at Leiden University and instructor at the Canada Institute of Linguistics. Previous to his work on Iranian languages, In addition to comparative work on the Luri languages, he has published poetry and numerous articles as well as the longer works B?hendayal: Bird Classification in Luri (forthcoming),
Support:the lurish language has six main dialects that are:1-laki 2-bakhtiari 3-feyli 4-kohgiluyeh-e 5-buyerahmadi 6-kumzari only only lurish--علی ساکی لرستانی (talk) 14:34, 30 October 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Support:southern luri has aproximately 4 milion speaker in iran and it's important to luz to had it's wikipedia lrc lori (talk) 13:53, 12 November 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Support: The Southern Lurish or Zadasht Lurish (a combination of Zagros and Dasht words)is a living language which is spoken by millions of Lurish citizens from eastern Khouzestan (BaghMalek, Behbahan, ..) to Southern Bakhtiari and Isfahan (Lurdegan, Semirom), Entire Kohgiluye & BoyerAhmad province, Northern and Western Fars (Rostam, Mamasani, Ardekan, Eqlid, Kazerun, ..) to norhtern Bushehr (Genave, Deylam, etc). I think the Southern Lurish Wikipedia will be a very necessary and useful method for Lurish peoples` communication and information promotion.
Near 1 million people in Iran (including the great number of monolinguals) speak this language. It's actively using at home and commerce, and has a separate ISO code. The project should be more active than now, but why can't we give a chance for this? I support the creation. --Midnight Gambler (talk) 17:31, 16 November 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Ok about the above ISO argument and there are dozens of wikipedias with less locutors. ONaNcle (talk) 08:15, 30 December 2013 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Support:southern luri language is one branch of luri language that has four main subgroup and they are lrc or nothern luri,bqi or bakhtiari, zum or kumezari and luz or southern luri and luri speakers approximatelly ten milions in iran, iraq and other countries in the world this language has very rich verbal literature and needs to has its own wikipedia, southern luri mainly speaks in kuhkeluye, fars and khuzestan and needs to has its own wikipediaBonevarluri (talk) 13:37, 1 January 2014 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Support:I think lurish language is a very big language in iran with over 15 million native speakers.i wish it soon
Support: only luri, only lur.
Support:luri speakers are a very big population in iran and should have own Wikipedia
Support:this wiki is more active than other wikis and should have its wiki soon.
Support:I am buyerahmadi myself.i like this wiki a lot....
Support: Based on the growing amount of activity this project has gained in just the last few weeks, the project a chance to become a thriving wiki just as the Northern Luri wiki has, it should be marked as eligible whenever possible. Abrahamic Faiths (talk) 16:20, 29 July 2015 (UTC)Reply[reply]