The Navajo Language

The Navajo Language

A Grammar and Colloquial Dictionary

Book - 1987
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First published in 1980, this volume is the definitive dictionary and linguistic analysis of the Navajo language. In this revised edition, the entire grammatical section has been rewritten to include a wide range of linguistic information that will establish a foundation for future work in Navajo.

"[Robert Young and William Morgan have made it possible to educate, communicate, inform, and entertain through the written Navajo language."--Navajo Tribal Council

"[ The Navajo Language is a unique contribution to American Indian linguistics and lexicography. [It is a reference work of the highest quality, a book that is a rich resource for Navajo speakers, people learning to speak Navajo, and scholars interested in Navajo and Athabaskan linguistics."-- International Journal of American Linguistics

Publisher: Albuquerque : University of New Mexico Press, [1987]
Edition: Revised edition
Copyright Date: ♭1987
ISBN: 9780826310149
Branch Call Number: R497.2 Y86N2
497.2 Y86N2
Characteristics: xv, 437 pages, 1069 pages ; 29 cm
Additional Contributors: Morgan, William 1917-2001


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