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APACHE, WESTERN ( Coyotero )

Spoken in several reservations in east central Arizona, USA.
Linguistic Lineage for Apache, Western
U.S.A.

NohwiTaa yaaká'yú dahsíndaahíí Nizhi'íí dilzîhgo bígózîh le'.
Nant'án nlîîhíí begodowáh.
Hagot'éégo ánniiyú yaaká'yú benagowaahíí k'ehgo ni'gosdzán biká'yú alhdó' begodolníílh.
Díí jîî daahiidââ doleelhíí nohwá ágonlhsî.
Hadíí nchô'go nohwich'î' ádaaszaahíí bighâ baa nágodent'ââhíí k'ehgo néé alhdó' nchô'go ádaasiidzaahíí bighâ nohwaa nádaagodin'áah.
Nanohwída'dintaah yune' onohwoníílh hela',
áídá nchô'go at'ééhíí bits'â'zhî' hanánohwihi'níílh.
Dahazhî' dawa bá nant'áá,
lha'íí ninawodíí itisyú át'éhi,
lha'íí ízisgo ánt'éhi dahazhî' bee sínzîî doleelh.
Doleelhgo at'éé.

Note: A circumflex accent (such as "î") marks a nasalized vowel, which is represented with a cedilla in the Apache script.
An acute accent (such as "í") signifies a high tone; the apostrophe marks a glottal stop.
"lh" marks a lateral l-sound (slashed-l).

Contributed by John C. Sacoolidge - E-mail JOHNSAC@worldnet.att.net

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Contributed by David G. Landsnes, MD - E-mail dgwlmd@superlink.net

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