Words for family members and other relatives in Navajo (Diné Bizaad), an Athabaskan language spoken in Arizona and New Mexico in the USA.
|family||k’é; ak’éí; hakʼéí; hooghan hazʼą́|
|child, children||awééʼ; áłchíní|
|son||biyeʼ; biyáázh; ghe’|
|brother||shinaaí (older); shitsilí (younger)|
|sister||shiadí (older); shideezhi (younger)|
|uncle||shibízhí shizhéʼé yázhí (father's brother)
shidá’í (mother's brother)
|aunt||shibízhí shimá (father's sister)
shimá yázhi (mother's sister)
|cousin||shik’is (father's brother's son)
shi lah (father's brother's daughter)
|niece||atsi’ (brother's daughter)|
|grandfather||shinálí (paternal) shicheii (maternal)|
|grandmother||shinálí (paternal) shimásání (maternal)|
|son-in-law||aadaaní; doishʼíinii; doo yooʼíinii|
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