عنوان مقاله [English]
Luri, as spoken in Kohgiluyeh, is one of the dialects common in the western part of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad Province. One of the most important characteristics of Luri dialect is the frequent use of adjectives. Lur tribes lead a nomadic life and have a deep connection with land and farm animals; thus, as far as these two critical elements are concerned, Lur dialect users apply terms to establish the boundaries of their surrounding phenomena. Apparently, the adjectives and words form a system of signification when referring to the same phenomenon; this system helps the dialect users to get their meanings across without difficulty. In this paper, words associated with rural life used in the Luri dialect of Kohgiluyeh, which is itself a subdivision of the Luri dialect of Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad, are presented. To this end, terms related to rural life (places, dates, plants, tools, birds and insects) have been collected. It should be noted that the geographical scope of this study includes the villages surrounding Londeh County.