kǫʼ

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Etymology[edit]

Cognate with Western Apache kǫʼ, Chiricahua kųų, Jicarilla ko̱ʼ, Lipan kǫǫʼ, Plains Apache kǫʼ, Sarcee kuu, Chipewyan kon, Beaver kʊ́n, Carrier kʊn, Sekani kon, Ahtna konʼ.

Pronunciation[edit]

Noun[edit]

kǫʼ

  1. fire
    • 1985, Diyin God Bizaad: The Holy Bible in Navajo, Acts 2:3:
      Áko tʼááláʼí jinítínígo atsooʼ kǫʼ ndahalingo hakʼijįʼ adahwiizleʼgo dajiiłtsą́.
      And there appeared unto them cloven tongues like as of fire, and it sat upon each of them.

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