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Navajo

Fact corner

  • Language: Navajo
  • Alternate names: DIN´┐Ż, NAVAHO
  • SIL-code: Ethnologue:nav
  • Language family: Na-Dene, Nuclear Na-Dene, Athapaskan-Eyak, Athapaskan, Apachean, Navajo-Apache, Western Apache-Navajo
  • Number of speakers: 148,530 (Language use: Vulnerable)
  • Script: -

Introduction

Vigorous. But mother tongue speakers among first graders are 30% versus 90% in 1968 (1998 N.Y. Times, April 9, p. A20). The people prefer the name 'Dine.' Bible 1985.


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References

  • Young, Robert W.. The Navajo Verb System. The University of New Mexico Press. 1 edition. Albuquerque. 2000.
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