"Yáʼátʼééh abiní haash yinilyé?"
Translation:Good morning, what is your name?
I absolutely am so happy they put this language on here because all the stuff my ancestors have been through deserve to hace their own language on Duolingo. It also keeps the small language alive.
I: Ha, my friend Ash is so funny. We are both Yin & Yang:
I'd love to know where my other friend Yé has gone all these years.
Or WHAT was his name? HAASH?. HAASH YIN? I would like to know if the name was ye or Haash. Maybe I'll find out in the MORNING.
What is your name? Is it Haash Yin? I would like to know. Maybe the name was ye ... I guess I will never know.
HASH YI NIL YE
Yáʼát ééh abiní haash yinilyé
ACCENTS: ʼ 6: ´´´´´´
Hello, all of you are Navajos? My name is Gilberto, I'm Italian. I would like to know how to pronounce the words, I don't have any clue. Thanks.
Is there any reason for the omission of the comma in the Navajo translation?
I asked shimá sání, but she didn't know. We can probably come to the conclusion that we like our little swishes (or maybe it's just my family).
The same thing just happened to me, I came here too see if someone else was in the same situation as me