How do you say Great Spirit in Apache Language?

The term "Great Spirit" is derived from the religions of the Algonquian-speaking tribes, such as Kitche Manito in Ojibwe. Religions for these tribes often mirrored their social structure in which each band had a main chief and many lesser chiefs and elders.

The Apache religion has a main "creator" god (Ussen or Usen or Ysun) and many lesser gods called ga'ns or ganh; the term "Great Spirit" is not used,