háálá

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See also: håla

Navajo[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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Pronunciation[edit]

Adverb[edit]

háálá

  1. therefore, so, for, the fact is
    Akʼis tʼááʼaaníinii shá nilį́ háálá Calvary bénáshniih
    He is a true friend to me, therefore I remember Calvary.

Conjunction[edit]

háálá

  1. because, inasmuch as

Usage notes[edit]

Háálá is used whenever the order in the sentence is effect and then cause. For the reverse order, cause and effect, use the word biniinaa.

See also[edit]