Colloquial Navaho: A Dictionary
The largest of the Native American Tribes, 125,000 Navaho live primarily on reservations in Arizona and New Mexico and most still speak their native tongue. For idioms, interpretations of phrases are offered rather than literal translation of each word. This volume is ideal for Navahos interested in learning English, as well as English speakers interested in studying the Navaho language.
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