Question: How Do You Say Bad In Navajo?

How do you say crazy in Navajo?

T’óó dinigis.

is “you’re crazy!”- or “You’re nuts!”.

Doo ‘áhályání!.

means “you idiot!” Yíní ‘áhodildin means to be mentally deficient, not all there, half-witted, silly..

What is hello in Navajo?

Literally: it is good (alternatively: it is well). This is the way to say hello in Navajo, and is the common Navajo greeting.

How do you say love in Navajo?

Ayóó Ánííníshní (I love you in Navajo)

How do you introduce yourself in Navajo?

Introducing Yourself in NavajoYá’át’ééh (It is good; welcome; hello)shik’éí dóó shidine’é (my family and my people, friends)

How do you say drunk in Navajo?

The Navajo word “glonnie” meaning “drunkard”.

What does JAA II mean in Navajo?

Ahéhee’! Today’s word means “bat.” The components of the word are: ajaa’ + abaní. Here, ajaa’ refers to the ear. The latter part, abaní, is the word used to describe hides, leather, or buckskins. Literally, jaa’abaní would mean something along the lines of “ears like (of) leather.”

How do you say shut up in Navajo?

imperative: “Shut up!”

What does Gushii mean in Navajo?

The Navajo word sháńdíín means sunlight, or sunshine, in English. It shares the same root (-díín) with adinídíín, but it specifically refers to the sun’s light – its beams or rays. It’s the shared root that refers to something that is emitting light.

How do you say friend in Navajo?

Literally: my friend. The Navajo word ak’is means friend, so shí, ní, or bí is attached to mean my, your, or his (her). This word is essentially used to describe siblings and maternal cousins, but in all of these cases it only applies to people of the same sex.

How do you say I’m sorry in Navajo?

There is no real way of saying “I’m sorry” in Navajo. No word for “forgive me” exists.

How do you say bad words in Navajo?

You’re right that there are pretty much no “real” curse words, but there are some words that approach profanity: chʼį́įdii! [t͡ʃʼĩ̂ːtìː] “damn!”; literally “(evil) spirit”, “ghost”, “devil” chʼį́įdiitahgóó!

How do you say really in Navajo?

translation and definition “really”, English-Navajo Dictionary onlineCopy to clipboard. Details / edit. enwiki-01-2017-defs. doo kááʼgóó actually.tááshʼaaníí { adverb } actually.en.wiktionary2016. tʼáásh aaníí indicating surprise at, or requesting confirmation of, some new information.