Navajo

[aka Navaho, Diné,]

Classification: Athabaskan-Eyak-Tlingit

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nav_word-list_1993_07

Language Navajo. nav_word-list_1993_03.html, entries: 23 - 43

Joyce McDonough, Martha Austin-Garrison

UCLA Phonetics Laboratory

Wordlist

July 26, 1993

Martha Austin-Garrison, Alyce Bradley, Diana Parish, Marie Salt, Louise Hudgins, Gladys Yellowhair, Zelma King, Rosemary Tsosie, Cecelia Gowan, Sallie Barlow, Freddie Holiday

Monument Valley High School, Kayenta, Navajo County, Arizona, U.S.A.

Joyce McDonough, Martha Austin-Garrison

UCLA Phonetics Archive

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/2.0/

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    jonatas varela 1826 days ago

    não deveriam deixar esse belo idioma ficar em risco de extinção

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    Adriano Sampaio 1826 days ago

    Certamente, caberá ao membros da nação Navajo perpetuar seu idioma e cultura. Contudo sabemos que as línguas são dinâmicas, muitos idiomas que hoje existem, não existiam há alguns séculos e muitos que eram bastante difundidos estão hoje extintos. Haverá como deter o fluxo natural das coisas?

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    mario torres 1826 days ago

    es una lastima un idioma tan antiguo

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    Jesca Hdz 1826 days ago

    Amazing beautiful natrual sounding words. :)

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    Adriano Sampaio 1825 days ago

    Certainly, it is up to members of the Navajo Nation to perpetuate their language and culture. Yet we know that languages ​​are dynamic, many languages ​​that exist today did not exist centuries ago and many who were quite widespread are now extinct. There will be how to stop the natural flow of things?