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NAVAJO ( Diné, Navaho )

Spoken by 149,000 people in northeastern Arizona, northwestern New Mexico, southeastern Utah and by a few people in Colorado, USA.
Linguistic Lineage for Navajo
U.S.A.

NihiTaa' yá'ââ;shdi honílóonii,
Nízhi' diyingo óolzin le',
Bee nóhólníihii náásgóó k'ee'ââ yilzhish le',
Áádóó bee íinínízinii t'áá yá'ââshdi áánílhígi át'éego Nahasdzá´n bikáa'gi áánílh le'.
Ch'iyáán t'áá ákwíí jí niha'iyílhtsódígíí díí jí nihaa náádiní'aah.
Áádóó t'áá nihich'î' bââhági ádaaníilhii bá
yóó'adahidiit'aahígi át'éego
Nich'î' nda'ayiilzíhígíí nihá yóó'ahidí'aah.
Áádóó nihí hodínóotahjî' nihi'óólhnííh lágo,
Ndi bââhági'át'éii bits'áâjî' yisdánihiyíníílh.
Háálá ahóyéel'áágóó ni t'éí nóhólnííh áádóó t'áadoo bee nóodziilí da,
índa ayóó'ánt'é.
T'áá ákót'ée doo.

Note: A circumflex accent (such as "â") marks a nasalized vowel, which is represented with a cedilla in the Navajo 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

Hail Mary!

Hail Mary

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

Hail Mary!

Hail Mary

Source: "AVE MARIA in 404 lingue"
Ordine Equestro del San Sepolcro di Gerusalemme, Milano (1931).
Contributed by David G. Landsnes, MD - E-mail dgwlmd@superlink.net

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