This is only if the speaker is male, right?
Yes. Shiyáázh for female speakers.
What if you want to say "your son" ? Does it make any difference if the speaker or the person spoken to is male or female?
How do you say "son"? (Not my son)
Like all other kinship terms, use shi- for my, ni- for your (sg), bi- for his/her/its, and a- for someoneʼs.
Ayeʼ / amá / atsilí: someoneʼs son / mother / younger brother
Shiyeʼ / shimá / shitsilí: my...
dont talk to me and my son
It submitted itself before I could finish the sentence
Wrong tone: shiyeʼ