What's the Navajo word for belt?
In Navajo the word for belt is sis. A traditional Navajo belt of leather with silver conchos sewn on it is called sis Łigai.
The Navajo word for bread is bááh
łizhiní is the word for the color black in Navajo
The Navajo word for boy is Ashkii, and boys is Ashiiké.
The word Navajo is a noun, a proper noun; the name for the Navajo people of the southwestern US and the town of Navajo, NM. The word Navajo is also a proper adjective, for example Navajo language or Navajo art. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun; for example: The Navajo are known for many crafts. They make world famous silver and turquoise jewelry. (The pronoun 'they' takes the place… Read More
The Navajo word for large, great or big is: tsoh
The Navajo word for sky is yá. Or yádiłhił or yá'ąąsh.
The Navajo word for otter is tabąąstiin (the strange ą sound is nasalised).
It means "the people". It's the word Navajo use for themselves. . . .
The navajo word for ancient enemy or ancient one is anasazi
There is no word for sorry in Navajo.
The Navajo word for coyote is: mąʼii
The Navajo word for otter is: tabąąstiin
The Navajo word for gold is óola
There is no word for king in Navajo. Navajo leaders did not have hereditary positions of absolute power. Navajo leaders were many and had no power to order anyone around. The word for leader is: naatʼáanii The word for the king in cards is from Spanish and is: zhéé. From rey
The Navajo word Ahiga means "he fights." Or you can say: naabaahii - person who fights
The Navajo word táni·l'ái means "which is spread out on water" and is used as the name for dragonflies
That really depends on what the Navajo word is. Come on, fill in the bloody blank.
The Navajo word, "Bilaganaana" means White Man of White person.
The Navajo word is daan or daango.
The Navajo word for horse is łįį' Pronouncing that word correctly is practically impossible for a non-native speaker.
what is the Navajo translation for lone wolve
The Navajo word for corn is naadaa
The Navajo word for a caterpillar is ch'osh ditł'ooi.
In Navajo the term for silver is béésh łigaii.
The word for ruler or leader in Navajo is naat'áanii.
The correct Navajo name for themselves is Diné, but they now also use the term Naabeehó.
The Navajo word for no is dooda. nda = "no"; ndaga = "no"; doo < sentence> da = also used for negation
Nothing, since washte is not a Navajo word. It is a Lakota word meaning "good".
The Navajo word for flute is: ts'isǫ́ǫ́s or disǫ́ǫ́s. Navajo flute would be perhaps: Diné bits'isǫ́ǫ́s or Diné bidisǫ́ǫ́s.
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.
The Navajo term for fried bread is dahdiniilghaazh.
Native word for stubborn?
naalzheehí -- is the word "hunter" in Diné bizaad (Navajo language)
In Navajo an older sister is shadi. A younger sister is shideezhi.
The Navajo word for red-tailed hawk is: atseełtsoii
The Navajo word for dawn is hayííłką; early dawn is yidiiską.
The Navajo word for a mountain lion (cougar or puma) is nashdoitso.
Historically is has also been spelled "Navaho". That is how English speakers heard it. Navajo is the Spanish derived spelling. They got it from a Tewa word meaning "fields in the river bottoms". Navajo speakers spell the Navajo Nation :" Naabeehó Bináhásdzo". In Navajo it is: Diné bikéyah or Dinétah. Diné is the Navajo word for Navajo people.
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.
If there is, no one knows it. Navajo is a unknown language used in the world war.
The word is tsosi. The 'T' is silent
The Navajo did not have towns in the past so there is no traditional word for mayor. The Navajo word for any sort of leader is : naat'áanii So you could say (the name of the town), it's leader Kin łání bił naat'áanii -- "Flagstaffs leader"
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
Hogan is the only word I know of that is from Navajo and now used in English. It is a traditional Navajo home. In Navajo it is: hooghan There are quite a few place names in New Mexico and Arizona that come from Navajo.