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’Ahbínídą́ą́’ ch’ééh niba’ hasht’e’ ’ádííníszin.

morning-Past in.vain 2-wait ready REFL-1-keep.CI

’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

-gi

-ii’, yi’

-jį’

-yah

Awéé’ doo ndó’ yidlóoh da.

baby NEG NDO’ 3-cold.I NEG
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The baby isn’t even cold.

bik’ídadeediz

pl-3DO-1dpl-wrap.it.around.it.P

Chahash’ohjí ch’ínááhoníshóó’.

brush arbor-JÍ out-again-area-sweep.R
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I swept the brush arbor again.

Chidí kǫ́ǫ́ ndaajeehígíí t’áá ’ániidígo dahodeezlįįd.

car here 3-run.pl.I-COMP just recently pl-3-become.P
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These cars that run around here just recently came into existence, cars are a recent invention.

Chidí tááségis yę́ę ninááhodoołtį́į́ł daaní.

car 3-1-wash.P past-Q 3-again.rain.F pl-3-say.NI
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I washed the car but they say rain is in the forecast.

dajiigish

pl-3DO-4dpl-make.one.cut.in.it.I

dajitł’ó

pl-3DO-4dpl-weave.it.I

dajííłhį́į́’

pl-3DO-4dpl-melt.it.(snow).P

Dibéésh nee hólǫ́?

sheep-Q 2-with 4-exist.NI

didadiiljeeh

pl-3DO-1dpl-start.fire.I

didííłhįh

3DO-2-melt.it.F

Díidí háísh bichidí?

this who-Q 3-car

Doo deighánígóó łeeyi’ ’azhnígeed.

NEG far ground-inside 3-4-dig.P

doolá dó’ --- da lá

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a frame with the meaning “it certainly is, wow, but it is”

díníshkaad

3DO-1-start.to.herd.them.(animals).I

Gah bikéé’ yishwoł.

rabbit 3-following 1-run.Prog

Ha’át’íí lá neidiyoołnih lá?

what DISC 3-3-buy.F DISC

What is she going to buy?

haníłchaad

3DO-2-card.it.(as.in.wool).I

Hatáálgóó déyáago shikélchí t’óó tsxį́į́łgo bił ’ada’shéshiizhgo ńdaséłkad.

ceremony-1-go-Fut-GO 1-moccasin merelyhurry.GO 3-with 3-1-pierce-GO 3-1-sew-P
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Since I was going to a ceremony, I hurriedly pierced holes in my moccasins and sewed them.

Háadi niyaa hazlį́į́’?

where-at 2-under area-grow.P
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Where did you grow up?

Hágo daaníigo ’áko ’índa ’ákǫ́ǫ́ níyá.

come.here 3.say.P-GO after.that towards 1.arrive.P
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They said come over here, after that I went there.

Háísh tsinaa’eeł ’áyiilaa?

who-Q boat 3-3-make.P
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Who made a boat?

Háíshą’ tsinaa’eeł ’áyiilaa?

who-Q boat 3-3-make.P

K’aa’ísh ’aní’á biyaa doodago daats’í báhátis ’ayiist’oh?

arrow-Q bridge 3-under or perhaps 3-over 3-3-shot.P

Kingóó ’anááda’iisdee’.

town-to again-pl-3-go.R
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Everyone went to town again.

léi’

Naaki yiską́ągo Na’nízhoozhígóó shił ’adeeswod.

two yesterday Gallup-to 1-with 1-drive.F

nidajilé

pl-3DO-4dpl-carry.a.ropelike.thing.around.I

Ronísh saad neiiłkaah?

Ron-Q word 3-3-investigate.I

Sha’áłchíní béeso ’ashladiin baa nínil ńt’éé’ t’ááła’ajį́ ’ałtso yibadooskai.

1-children money 50 3-for 2-put.PlO.P past at-once all 3-3-exhaust.P

Shilééchąą’í yázhí táa’go tsásk’eh yiyaa ’ahííjéé’.

1-dog small three-comp bed 3-under 3-lie.pl.NP
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My three puppies are lying with part of their bodies extending under the bed.

Shimá tanaashgiizh ’áyiilaago ’áádóó deiilts’ee’.

1-mother pudding 3-make.P-GO and.then pl-3-1dpl-eat.MM.P
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My mom made pudding and then we ate it.

Shizhé’é bidá’ák’eh ’éí shicheii bidá’ák’eh táadi yilááh ’ánáníłtso.

1-father 3-field TOP 1-grandfather 3-field three-at 3-big 3-again-big.NI
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My father’s farm is three times as big as my grandfather’s.

Shí t’óó ’ááłk’iis yisháałgo shizhé’é tsékooh gódeg ha’asbą́ą́z.

1 merely SUP-alongside 1-go.Prog-GO 1-father canyon areal-up up-3-drive.P
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My father drove (a wagon) up out of the canyon with me walking alongside.

Shíká ’anánílwo’ doodaii’ t’áadoo shaa nánít’íní.

1-for 3-run.R or just-neg 1-to 2-1-bother.I
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Help me or else don’t bother me!

Shínaaí łahda b náhoniidoh.

1-older.brother sometime 3-with 3-become.warm.R

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.PlO.SPN past

T’áá ’ałkéé’ ’azee’ííł’íní bił yah ’adahaadzá.

just one-behind-another doctor 3-with into 1Dist-4-go.I

T’áá ch’ééh ’ásht’į́įgo bįįh biyaaghah ’eelwod.

just in.vain 1-act.NI-GO deer 3-around.corner 3- run.away.P
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I was still trying (to get a bead) when the deer went around a corner and disappeared.

T’áá ní’áłtsé hooghandi nánísdzá.

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

Tsé dzídzahashníiłgo baa naashá, daniidoiigo táchééh góne’ yah ’adoo’nił biniiye.

rock into.fire-3-1-put.P-GO 1-go.I 3-become.hot.P-GO sweathouse into in 3-PASS.put.PlO.F 3-because
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I’m busy putting stones into the fire, to be taken into the sweathouse when they get hot.

yiidą́

3DO-1dpl-eat.it.I

yik’ídéididis

pl-3DO-3dpl-wrap.it.around.it.I

Łį́į́’ ’áhidiníłnáago sizį́.

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