What is the Navajo word for honey?
Honey is: tsís'ná bitł'izh
The marks over some of the vowels are high tone marks, not accents. Navajo is tonal and it changes meaning. The marks between are glottal stop consonants. English has it in the word uh'oh. The tł' is very hard to say for English speakers. It is a tł said with your throat closed. zh is like in "pleasure".
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