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’Adą́ą́dą́ą́’ ch’iyáán ’áshłaago dajííyą́ą́’.

yesterday food 1-make.P-GO pl-4-eat.P

’Ahbínígo ch’éshááh ’áádóó sodiszįįh.

morning-GO 1-go.out.U and.then 1-pray.U

’Ashkii yázhí bee’eldǫǫh yik’ee ’ádadeeznih.

boy little gun 3-on.account.of REFL-3-hurt.P
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The little boy hurt himself with the gun.

’Ałk’idą́ą́’ Diné bikéyah bikáa’gi łį́į́’ bichąą bíighahgo tł’oh deíl’áá ńt’éé’ jiní.

long.ago Navajo.land 3-upon-at horse 3-belly sufficient-GO Pl-3-extend.out.of.sight.SNP hearsay
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They say that long ago the grass in the Navajo country was as high as a horse’s belly.

’Eii łééchą̨ą’í t’áá ’áko taah yilwo’.

that dog immediately water.into 3-run.U
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The dog immediately runs into the water.

’Áádę́ę́’ nánísdzáago łį́į́’ ni’deeshjoł.

from.there 1-return.p-GO horse 3-for pl-1-feed.F

-chą́’

-dę́ę́’

-í + -jígo

-niiyé

Ch’óóshdą́ą́dą́ą́’ diné bizaad naalkaah doo shił bééhózin da. K’ad éí t’áá shxǫǫd shił báá hózin.

formerly Navajo language research NEG 1-with 3-of ho-know.CI NEG | now TOP luckily 1-with 3-about-ho-know.CI

Chidí bąąh dah sitání bąąh dah shishtįįh ńt’éé’ ’ił adaagizí doo ’éí da lá.

car license plate 3-1-put. I SSO past Sup-with screw neg that neg Disc.
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I started to put the license plate on my car when I found out I had the wrong kind of nut and bolt (or screws).

Da’ naadą́’ísh nee hólǫ́?

Q corn-Q 2-with 3-exist.NI
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Do you have corn?

dah

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up (at an elevation), off (as in starting off), static (holding)

Dah doónááł lágo!

up 2-go.F don’t

daołbéézh

pl-3DO-2dpl-boil.it.I

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pl-3DO-4dpl-boil.it.F

Dibé ła’ yóó’ ’íínilgo k’adę́ę ’e’e’aahgo ch’ééh bí naanááshwoł.

sheep some away 3-1-lose.P-GO almost evening in.vain 3-after 1-run.around.P
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When I lost some sheep I ran around after them until near sundown without success.

Diné bikéyah bikáa’gi łáhágóó ninádahałtį́įh łeh.

Navajo 3-land 3-on-at a.few.places areal-rain.I usually

Díigi ’át’éego yigááł.

this-similar.to 3-walk.Prog
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This is the way he walks.

doołbish

3DO-2dpl-boil.it.F

Ha’át’íí nizhé’é yaa naaghá?

what Q 2-father 3-about 3-do.CI

haa níłtso

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how big is it

hah

Haidą́ą́’ ’a’áán góne’ naashnish ńt’éé’ --- doo sh yá’áhoot’éeh da.

winter-past mine.shaft 1-work.I past neg 1-with 3-good.N neg

Hastiin Nééz doo ’asht’é’égóó nihibéégashii y doolnih.

Mr. Long extremely 1pl-cow 3-for 3-annoy.Prog

John dáádílkałdóó sizį́į́ dóó ’áádę́ę́’ déez’į́į́’.

John door-from 3-stand.SPN and there-from 3-look.CI
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John is standing at the doorway and looking this way.

K’ad shį́į́ deesk’aaz hodooleeł.

now probably cold area-become.F
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Now it will probably turn cold.

K’adę́ę ’ałné’e’áahgo díchin bik’ee shitah ’anahodí’niitłi’.

now noon hunger 3-account 1-among 1-shake.R
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When it is nearly noon, I get shaky from hunger.

K’os jóhonaa’éí yich’ą́ą́h ’i’ííjool.

cloud sun 3-protect 3-drift.P
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A cloud moved in front of the sun.

Kin Łánídiísh ’éí doodago Bee’eldííldahsinildi daats’í naniná?

Flagstaff-at-Q TOP or Albuquerque-at perhaps 2-go.around.CI

Náshdóítsoh shich’į ńdiilwodgo yíníiłdon ńt’éé’ k’asídą́ą́’ sésiih.

cougar 1-toward 3-run.P-GO 3-1-shoot.P past very.nearly 3-1-miss.P
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As the mountain lion came for me I fired at him and very nearly missed him.

Nichidí háadish nííníłbą́ą́z?

2-car where-at-Q 3-2-park.P

Where did you park your car?

Nimá yázhí bighangóó díílwoł dóó ’áájí ’awéé’ baa ’áhólyą́ą dooleeł.

your aunt 3-house-to 2-run-and that-way baby 3-for 2-care.Fut

niłbéézh

3DO-2-boil.it.I

Níyolgo t’áá ’áko niishch’ił.

wind-GO immediately 3-blink.U
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When it’s windy, I usually blink.

Ńléí dził bighą́ą́’dóó łid yót’ááh yít’i’.

over.there mountain 3-over there smoke to.rise.up into-I.
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There’s a column of smoke rising into the sky from the mountaintop.

Shá bíighah na’ashkǫ́ǫ́’.

sun proportionate 1-swim.CI

Shá bíighah yáshti’ lá.

sun proportionate 1-talk.I DISC

Shí shidá’ák’eh níhígíí bilááh ’áhoníłtéél.

1 1 cornfield 2 COMP 3-wider areal-wide.NI

Shínaaí shikétł’á ’iiyilgo łį́į́’ bikáá’ hasis’na’.

1-older brother 1-foot-botton 3-3-push.P-GO horse 3-top up-1-crawl.P

My older brother boosted me and I got up on the horse’s back.

T’ah ’ałk’idídą́ą́’ ’éí Diné tát’áá góyaa kéédahat’íinii t’éiyá díí tábąąhgóó bidáda’ak’eh naaznil ńt’éé’.

still quite.long.ago the people water-near areal-down pl-3-reside.NI-NOM only this water-edge-toward farm 3-lie.about.SPN past

T’áá hooshch’į’ déshnish.

suddenly 1-start.work.P

T’áá ní’áłtsé hooghandi nánísdzá.

thus you first home-at 1-arrived.Rev. P

Tó Haach’i’dę́ę́’ ’ííyisíí naashá.

Tohatchi-from truly 1-go.CI

Tsé taah héjaa’go tó ńlínígíí bikáá’ ha’naa shił ni’ílwod.

stone water-into 3-1-put-.P-GO stream 3-on area-across 1-with 3-run.P
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Putting stones into the water, I drove across the stream.

Tł’éédą́ą́’ ńléí dził bine’jí ’adildííl yiits’a’ ni’.

night-past there mountain 3-behind-way thunder 3-sound.P recall

yiishjį́į́h

1-become black, get sunburned.U

Łah shicheii nahałáago bá ’asmaz ńt’éé’.

once 1-grandpa 3-perform.ceremony.CI-GO 3-for 3-1-twirl.CI past
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Once when my grandfather performed a ceremony, I twirled (the bullroarer tsin ndi’ni’) for him.

Łį́į́’ ’áhidiníłnáago sizį́.

horse Recip-3-opposite-GO 3-du-stand.SPN
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The horses stand facing in opposite directions.