عنوان مقاله [English]
Roodbāri is one of the Southwestern Iranian dialects consisting of different variants which are spoken in Roodbār, Kahnooj, Manoojān, Ghal’e- Ganj, Jiroft, Anbarabad, and some districts of Hormozgān province. This article studies the active affixes of Kahnooji variant through dividing them into two subvariants of derivational and inflectional, and comparing them to standard Persian. The findings of this research indicate that although many affixes of Kahnooji can be found in Persian, a small number of them either never existed or no longer exist in Persian. Concerning the latter, the origins of the affixes should be sought in Fārsi Dari or Middle Persian and the present paper might be a good source for such researches.