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English - Diné (Navajo) Dictionary:  U

English → Diné:   [ A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ]
Diné → English:   [ A B Ch, Ch D, Dl, Dz E G, Gh H, Hw I J K, K, Kw L, { M N O S, Sh T, T, Tl, Ts, Ts W X Y Z, Zh ]
[ Colors Day and Night Days of the Week Human Body Kinship Months of the Year Numbers Time ]


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uncle (his/her)
bid17 Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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uncle (paternal), father's brother
azh44 y1zh7 Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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under him
biyaa Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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understand it (I), I hear it
diishtsa Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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understand it (I), I understand the concept
bikidiisht88h Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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understand it (to), to hear it
diistsa Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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understand it (you), you hear it
dinitsa Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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understand the concept (I), I understand it
bikidiisht88h Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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unhappy, upset
doo bi[ haldin da
Shich44 ch44h naashn4 n7igo biniinaa doo bi[ haldin da.  (My daughter is upset because she wanted to play.)
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up, up above, up high, up in the air, up in the sky
The Navajo suffix –go is used to say or speak h0dah or w0dah correctly in a sentence.
h0dah Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona. , w0dah Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona. , h0dahgo , w0dahgo
Ts7dii h0dahgo tsin y22h dah sid1.  (The bird is sitting up in the tree.)
Shichah h0dahgo sh1 dah s7aah.  (Set my hat up for me (on a shelf).)
Chid7 naata7 w0dahgo naata.  (The airplane is flying about up above.)
Ats1 w0dahgo dah siz98go yii[ts3.  (I saw an eagle flying along up in the sky.)
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up above, up, up high, up in the air, up in the sky
The Navajo suffix –go is used to say or speak h0dah or w0dah correctly in a sentence.
h0dah Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona. , w0dah Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona. , h0dahgo , w0dahgo
Ts7dii h0dahgo tsin y22h dah sid1.  (The bird is sitting up in the tree.)
Shichah h0dahgo sh1 dah s7aah.  (Set my hat up for me (on a shelf).)
Chid7 naata7 w0dahgo naata.  (The airplane is flying about up above.)
Ats1 w0dahgo dah siz98go yii[ts3.  (I saw an eagle flying along up in the sky.)
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up front, ahead
al32j8 Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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up (he grew)
biyaa hooa Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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up high, up above, up, up in the air, up in the sky
The Navajo suffix –go is used to say or speak h0dah or w0dah correctly in a sentence.
h0dah Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona. , w0dah Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona. , h0dahgo , w0dahgo
Ts7dii h0dahgo tsin y22h dah sid1.  (The bird is sitting up in the tree.)
Shichah h0dahgo sh1 dah s7aah.  (Set my hat up for me (on a shelf).)
Chid7 naata7 w0dahgo naata.  (The airplane is flying about up above.)
Ats1 w0dahgo dah siz98go yii[ts3.  (I saw an eagle flying along up in the sky.)
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up in the air, up, up above, up high, up in the sky
The Navajo suffix –go is used to say or speak h0dah or w0dah correctly in a sentence.
h0dah Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona. , w0dah Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona. , h0dahgo , w0dahgo
Ts7dii h0dahgo tsin y22h dah sid1.  (The bird is sitting up in the tree.)
Shichah h0dahgo sh1 dah s7aah.  (Set my hat up for me (on a shelf).)
Chid7 naata7 w0dahgo naata.  (The airplane is flying about up above.)
Ats1 w0dahgo dah siz98go yii[ts3.  (I saw an eagle flying along up in the sky.)
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up in the sky, up, up above, up high, up in the air
The Navajo suffix –go is used to say or speak h0dah or w0dah correctly in a sentence.
h0dah Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona. , w0dah Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona. , h0dahgo , w0dahgo
Ts7dii h0dahgo tsin y22h dah sid1.  (The bird is sitting up in the tree.)
Shichah h0dahgo sh1 dah s7aah.  (Set my hat up for me (on a shelf).)
Chid7 naata7 w0dahgo naata.  (The airplane is flying about up above.)
Ats1 w0dahgo dah siz98go yii[ts3.  (I saw an eagle flying along up in the sky.)
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up (it extends), it sticks up, it stands [tree, pole, etc.]
771 Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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up (it sticks), it extends up, it stands [tree, pole, etc.]
771 Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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upset, unhappy
doo bi[ haldin da
Shich44 ch44h naashn4 n7igo biniinaa doo bi[ haldin da.  (My daughter is upset because she wanted to play.)
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used for cooking/boiling, cooking tool (as kettle, cauldron)
bee ab4zh7 Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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utilize it (I)
choinish9 Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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utilizes it (he)
choyoo[9 Voice of Lynette Willie from Cove, Arizona.
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