ákótʼéego

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Navajo[edit]

Adverb[edit]

ákótʼéego

  1. it is thus, correct
    Ákótʼéego shį́į́ Yéʼiitsoh áłchíní nabikéeʼgo yíyííłtsą́ — This is how Giant saw the children’s footprints.
  2. in this way
    Ákótʼéego diné asdzáán nishłį́ — In this way I am a Navajo woman. (following a standard Navajo introduction with clan relationships)
  3. in the right way

Usage notes[edit]

Ákótʼéego is a concluding statement that follows an argument. Kótʼéego means the same, but is an introductory statement that precedes the argument.

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