The Sheep – Navajo Language Lesson

The Sheep - Navajo Language Lesson

The Sheep – Navajo Language Lesson

THE SHEEP

Of all the kinds of sheep,
Navaho sheep give the best wool for weaving.
My mother says that is why they are Navaho sheep, because they know best the needs of The People.

DIBÉ

Dibé ‘altas’éígóó, diné bidibéhígíí ‘ííghisíí bighaa’ bee yá’átééhgo ‘atló.
Shimá ‘qjíní “Diné bá ‘ádahoot’éegi díí dibé bil béédahózin, ‘éí baah diné la’ dabili´i´’.”

From:
Little Herder In Autumn
by Ann Clark
United States Department Of The Interior
Illustrated By Hoke Denetsosie

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