The Navajo word for Light is adinídíín
a light (something that makes light) is: bee adinídínígíí
electric light: atsiniltł'ish bee adinídínígíí
to be lit up: hool'įįh
to give off light: bits'ádi'nídíín
to produce light: adiníłdíín
Asked in Nouns
Is the word Navajo a noun or pronoun?
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 of the noun 'Navajo' in the second sentence.) ...
Asked in Navajo Indians
How do you say king in Navajo?
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 ...