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Navajo or Navaho is a Southern Athabaskan language of the Na-Dené family, by which it is ... The word Navajo is an exonym: it comes from the Tewa word Navahu, which combines the roots nava ("...

Ts'in - Navajo Language (Diné Bizaad)

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This word is remarkably similar to tsin (the Navajo word for tree or wood). But you' ll notice the glottal stop (the apostrophe) right there in the middle. Normal ts ...

Neeshch'íí' - Navajo Language (Diné Bizaad)

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The Navajo word neeshch'íí' refers to the pinyon nuts of the pinyon pine tree. Neeshch'íí' is harvested every few years and can be roasted for eating.

Navajo Words - Native language

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Vocabulary set of Navajo Indian words. ... Find Native American ancestors in your family tree. Vocabulary in Native American Languages: Navajo Words.

Countryboy79's Archive of Navajo Slang - Angelfire

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This page also lists new Navajo words of objects made recently. ... something," like a monkey will hang from a tree or a cat hanging on curtains, freely in the air.

LAPAHIE.com 6.5 \ Portal to the Navajo Internet

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... revealing a Navajo Family Tree, Navajo Code Talkers, Navajo Code Talker ... Create a database and web pages to add, update, and delete Navajo words and  ...

Winter Sun - Noise Articles - Juniper, the Southwest Tree of Life

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This month we will talk about one of those host trees, juniper. ... In the Southwest, juniper wood is the preferred building material of Navajos for hogans and ...

Juniper -- Tribes who use

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Jan 10, 1996 ... Clicking on a tree or a tribe produces cites to reports -- often old and difficult to locate ... to Curly Mustasche, the Dinè (Navajo) healer mentioned by Katsi. ... or giizhag the plural, very similar to the word for moon/sky: giishik.

Read Excerpt - The University of Arizona Press

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Actually it derives from the Navajo word tségi-roughly "rock canyon" or "in a canyon. ... In Canyon de Chelly, the most prominent tree is the Fremont cottonwood.

The South Corner of Time hopi navajo papago yaqui tribal literature

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The South Corner of Time hopi navajo papago yaqui tribal literature ... So Yomumuli sat down close to the tree and translated word for word what the prophetic ...

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Tsin - Navajo Language (Diné Bizaad)

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Specific trees are denoted by certain descriptive terms, in much the same fashion as previous words-of-the-day. Namely, their Navajo names inherit unique ...

Picture Dictionary: Navajo Animals (Dineh, Dine) - Native language

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Navajo animal words. ... Find Native American ancestors in your family tree. Navajo Animal Words (Dineh, Dine). Navajo pronunciation guide ...

Navajo Language and the Navajo Indian Tribe (Dineh, Diné, Navaho)

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Find Native American ancestors in your family tree ... List of vocabulary words in the Navajo language, with comparison to words in other Athabaskan languages.