"My maternal uncle and my maternal aunt."
Translation:Adáʼí dóó shimá yazhí.
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In some languages it's possible when talking about things that are logically interpreted as yours. Like for example in Spanish you can say "Me duele la cabeza" (literally translated as [to me] [it hurts] [the] [head]) because people assume that when you're talking about a head hurting it's probably your own unless specified otherwise. I don't know if that's the case is Navajo though.