- 1 What does Shi yazhi mean in Navajo?
- 2 What does beautiful mean in Navajo?
- 3 How do you say sweetheart in Navajo?
- 4 How do you say God bless you in Navajo?
- 5 How do you say bye in Navajo?
- 6 What is the Navajo word for baby?
- 7 How Do You Say Woman in Navajo?
- 8 How do you say kiss in Navajo?
- 9 How do you say ghost in Navajo?
- 10 How do you say man in Navajo?
- 11 How do you say blessing in Navajo?
- 12 How do you say good in Navajo?
Yázhí itself is the Navajo equivalent of “little one” and is applied more broadly. For example “shizhé’é yázhí” refers to my father’s younger brother (uncle or little father). “Shimá yázhí” refers to my mother’s younger sister.
Nizhoni means Beautiful in the Navajo language. The spring rains have brought out the color in our high desert landscape.
- sheʼashkii. masculine. en a person very much liked or loved by someone else. en.wiktionary2016.
- sheʼatʼééd. feminine. en a person very much liked or loved by someone else. en.wiktionary2016.
Diyin Bizaad yee nanitingi, baa íhoołʼaahgo God nikʼihadlíi doo! My brothers and sisters, may God bless you.
- hágoónee’ interjection. en farewell. en.wiktionary.org.
- hágoóneeʼ interjection. en farewell. +1 definitions. good bye teacher. en.wiktionary2016.
- nááʼahideeltsééh. en farewell. en.wiktionary2016.
- ánááʼahidiiłtsééh. en farewell. en.wiktionary2016.
Awéé’: the Navajo word for “baby”
- ‘asdzą́ą́ Karen Luo.
- asdzání noun. Swadesh Lists.
- asdzáán. noun. en adult female person. +1 definitions. en.wiktionary.org.
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In the spirit (heh) of Halloween, the Navajo word ch’į́įdii (English loanword: chindi) means ghost or spirit (malevolent). It is widely held in Navajo tradition that ch’į́įdii leaves the body after death, taking all that was unbalanced and ‘bad’ from the individual.
- diné noun. en human. +1 definitions. en.wiktionary.org.
- hastiin. noun. en adult male human. +1 definitions. en.wiktionary.org.
- home. ro.wiktionary.org.
The Blessingway [Hózhójí] is used frequently by the Navajo [Diné], often for no reason other than that they have not had one recently. It is, as the name implies, a blessing ceremony and is used to ensure good luck and prosperity.
Abíní – Navajo Language (Diné Bizaad) – Word of the Day Ya’ah’teeh translates meaning Good.