Dialects of Fars are a group of southwestern and northwestern Iranian dialects spoken in the central Fars province. The southwestern dialects can be divided to three family of dialects according to geographical distribution and local names: Southwestern (Lori), South-central (Tajiki or Fars dialects proper) and Southeastern (Larestani). The term "Tajiki" is understood as the Iranian-speaking sedentary populations. Under linguistic typology a part of the dialects of the region can be classified as follows :
|Nominative–accusative||Split-Ergative in past transitive constructions|
|Tajiki Kalani, Lori Kalani, Mamassani Lori, Balyani, Hayati(Dowlat Abadi), Lordarengani, Dezhgahi/Gowri, Richi, Tang Kishi, Zakhoruyei||Kuhmareyi: Davani, Dahlei, Kandeyi, Kuzargi, Masarmi, Birovakani, Dadenjani, Dorounaki/Mehboudi, Banafi, Papuni, Dusirani, Somghani, Gorganayi-Gavkoshaki, Mosqani, Nudani; Larestani: Asiri, Aheli, Khonji, Gerrashi/Zeynal Abadi, Kalati (Evaz), Kariyani; Others: Shurabi||Koroshi, Sivandi, Abduyi, Korouni|
And the extinct old Kazeruni and Old Shirazi (Sherazi) dialects. This group of dialects is not to be confused with the standard Persian, the official language of Iran; and they are not restricted to the present border of Fars province.
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