How do you say forever in Navajo?
The double vowel means it is held longer, ooh not uu. The ' is a glottal stop. The marks above vowels are high tone marks not stress or accent. Navjo is a tonal language.
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all i know is that ayóí ánóshní or ayoo aniinish'ni or ayóí íínísh'ní means i love u in Navajo :) hope this helps!! (to have him/her always in mind) hoolʼáágóó is the Navajo word for forever. Hoolʼáágóó ałch'odanii'níi dooleeł. -- "we will always be friends forever" hoolʼáágóó ayoo aniinish'ni --- I love you forever.(maybe. This may be in the wrong tense or mode. It may need to be in the optative or iterative or usative… Read More
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