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Abahaches is "still angry, mad" T’abahach’į’ is Apaches, and there is also Ayoobichish means "Lots of wood" in the Mountains

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Tsenahabiłniih ei hataałi k’egoh hane’ aní Tsebii’dęę’ nidiił yah jini, Tsetadibé niléi tsebinįį’ dęę’ aadęę’ dasizį jini aadooh ei haaniyah higii t’anit’ee’ Dził nat’oh hei niyį jini ei shįį Tsenahabiłniih bits’ąądooh dįįna’yeh jini1

Dziłghą’i Apaches doo Diné éi t’aała’igii at’e, Deeshchii’niih éi Dziłghą’i adaat’e nihitahołǫ́, nihik’ei adaat’e The Navajos and Apaches are the same people, we have the same language, the same almost similar Kinaałda Puberty ceremony, many social songs especially the Nidaa’ way - the Enemy way


The major Chirachura are "Niłch’i Diné’e" and are our relatives known to us Diné as Niłch’i Diné’e and within in the major group there are clan like Chíshí Diné’e

There are  Deeshchii’niih Navajo  clan they are Apaches  and there are Red Ocher traders  Chíshí are Niłch’i Diné’e clan, Red  Ocher is used in many ceremonies most popular are Nidaa’ during the summer and in Kinaałda when puberty occur around New Moon for the girls info@navajostudiesinstitute.com

Dziłk’iji hataałi k’aa’ iiłneeh wołyé, neigáhi adaat’į, dii hataałi éi Shash Hastiin baash deesh aash hataałi at’e naana ła’ éi Hózhǫ́neeh hataałi éi Tł’iishtsoh hastiin baash deesh aash bits’ąądoo haat’i jini - Hoozhǫneeh hataałi is about a Snake and Sex,

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This is what Dziłgha'i mean, 'living up in the mountains', Dził bighaa'di keedahoji t’įįgoh biniinaa Dziłghą’I dadzooye’, Dził t'aadiih addo dii éi Dził biniił t’aadi keedahoji t’įįgoh hazhi’ hasłįį’,

There are Dziłk’iji Hátááłi ’Mountain way ceremonial ancient images among ancient artifacts in South America culture, Fire Deities are most obvious SEE Navajo Mountain way sandpainting and South America’s ancient cultures

This word "Peru" beho, beeho can be "Beehei" (Jicarilla) people with year round winter, Dziłgha'i is people of the mountain, lives upon top of the highest mountain - ’Dził bilatadi’ and ancient Peruvian folks lived in the highest elevation in South America, some of the Navajo clans are Dził t’’aniih the word Dził t’aadiih meaning at the apex of a mountain, and Dził tł’aniih are mountain’s corners dwellers either at the basin or beneath the mountains

We used to have Késhjee’ play shoe game with Jicarilla Apaches the purposes  to divide the winter and summer if its going to be cold this winter also predicting the coming summer weather

Deschii'niih are Apache(s), "Apaches" abahachi'i would 'still at war', T'abahachi'i, some say abachish or ayoobichizh lots of woods, where? In the mountains


Niłch’i Diné’e éi Niłch’i ji dahataał oołyeh, Diné biłniłch’iji łah aadoo Chíshí biniłch’iji do’ naana aza’ a’nįįł do’ biihoĺ̨, bihochxo’iji do’ naana bihózhǫ́ǫ́ji do’

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