How do you say otter in Navajo?
The Navajo word for otter is:
The Navajo word for otter is tabąąstiin (the strange ą sound is nasalised).
you say Navajo nation in dinee bizad.
There are two ways you can say "Navajo" in Navajo. Diné means "The People" in Navajo. The Navajo call themselves "Diné". Nabeehó is another way of saying Navajo.
hello other otter
How to say sun set in Navajo
you otter get back in the water! :D
How do you say "go away" in Navajo
Children in Navajo is: áłchíní
nizhóní is beautiful in Navajo.
wolf in Navajo is ma'iitosoh
Bear in Navajo is: Shash
How do you spell The end in navajo
The correct way to say i love you in Navajo "ayoo aniinish'ni"
spell out how to say "Happy Thanksgiving" in Navajo language
Pam is not a Navajo given name. You would say it as the English "Pam".
There is no word for sorry in Navajo.
The Navajo word for coyote is: mąʼii
The Navajo word for gold is óola
The Navajo word for corn is naadaa
The Navajo word for a caterpillar is ch'osh ditł'ooi.
The word for ruler or leader in Navajo is naat'áanii.
A sea otter is 'une loutre de mer' in French.
White in Navajo is : łigai (thing) a white place is: halgai
The Navajo word for red-tailed hawk is: atseełtsoii
The Navajo word for dawn is hayííłką; early dawn is yidiiską.
níłch'i--is spirit in Navajo, it also means breath.
The Navajo word for a mountain lion (cougar or puma) is nashdoitso.
I believe it is "otter"
Blue is not a color in Navajo tradition, rather they have turquoise instead. I believe that Turquoise is the correct word for it in Navajo as well.
One way to say Pumpkin in Navajo is naayízí. The Pumpkin you see on Halloween are usually called naayízí łich'íí'ígíí.
Yah'ah' teh' ah'bin'eh - Hello, good morning in Navajo
The Navajo language has two words meaning turtle: ch'eehdighahii tsisteeł
The modern term in Navajo for dinosaur means "big reptiles": na'asho'iiłbahitso
How do you say forest daughter in Navarro
The Navajo word for bear is shash. A grizzly is shashtsoh ("big bear"). Shash is the word in Navajo (Diné bizaad) for bear. You should not say the word out in the woods, it is bad luck.
aseezį́ binaaltsoos - is one way to say newspaper in Navajo. There are about three other ways too. The main Newspaper on the Navajo Nation is the Navajo Times. You can find them online and on Facebook. There is also the Navajo-Hopi Observer.
The Navajo word Ahiga means "he fights." Or you can say: naabaahii - person who fights
bįįh -.- is Navajo for deer. A buck is: bįįhką́' or bįįhtsoh , fawn is: bįįh yáázh
Navajo people is: Diné (the mark means that vowel is high tone. It is not an accent mark) Language language is: Diné bizaad Navajo land is : Diné bikéyah or Dinétah
Diné nishlį́. Navajo is/am/are or the full more formal Shí éiyá/éí Diné nishlį́. I (marker, not sure how to describe this word) Navajo is/am/are
I would have to say an otter.
Emergency is: nisihwiinídéél
It is: Nídin sélį́į́'
Adoo akwint'inii - Don't do that.