What is the Navajo word for baby?
baby is: awééʼ
My baby is--- she'awééʼ
your baby-- ne'awééʼ
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…
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.
awééʼ is someone's baby Newborn is: awééchí'í Last born or "baby of the family" is: lók'eeshchąą'í my baby is: sheʼawééʼ your baby: ne'wééʼ her/his/it's baby:beʼawééʼ your baby: nihe'awééʼ Words like baby, son, mother, brother, arm, head, etc can only occur in the possessive in Navajo never independently. The mark over some vowels make them high tone. The mark above and between or at the end is a glottal stop like in uh'oh. The k' is…