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Ethnologic dictionary of the Navaho language.

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      • Includes index.Edition limited to two hundred copies of which this is no. 116.

        StatementThe Franciscan Fathers
        PublishersThe Franciscan Fathers
        LC Classifications1910
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 66 p. :
        Number of Pages67
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 10nodata

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In the cultures of southeastern Australia, the sound of the bullroarer is the voice ofand a successful bullroarer can only be made if it has been cut from a tree containing his spirit. Navajos in the Catholic Church Records of New Mexico 1694—1875. 4 cm-long piece of slate that turned out to be a 5000-year-old bullroarer called a brummer in Scandinavia.

86-91 Words Referring to Various Actions 91-105 Sickness and Disease 105-111 Special Diseases and General Indisposition 108-111 Remedy 112-117 Persons, Places, Animals, Plants 118-220 Names of Persons 118 Personal Names 119-129 War Names, Patronymics 119 Names of Boys, Names of Girls and Women 120-121 Names of Men, suggested by physical distinction or defect, by occupation and trade, by possession and clan 121-124 Names of Distinguished Chiefs and Warriors 125 Names of Signers to Treaty 126 Names of American Residents 126 Tribal Names, and Early Mexicans 127-129 Names of Places 130-138 Suggested by Buttes, Peaks, Springs, or local peculiarities 130-134 Names of Neighboring Pueblos 135 Names of Neighboring and Sacred Mountains 136-137 Names of Animals 138-178 Quadrupeds 139-154 The Bear, Deer, Felines, Coyote 139-140 The Rabbit, Squirrel, Rodents, Badger, etc 141-142 Modern Animals, the Dog, Cow, Sheep, Goat 143 Anatomy of Animals 143-145 The Horse 145-154 The Saddle, the Bridle, the Quirt, the Harness 148-151 The Wagon and its parts 151-153 Horse Diseases and Horse Racing 153-154 Reptiles 155-156 Water Animals, Fish 156 Names of Birds 157-163 Names of Insects 164-170 Sacred Names of Animals 171-178 Classified Plant List 179-203 Navaho Foods 204-220 Corn Foods, Esculent Herbs and Berries 206-211 Meat and Venison 211-216 Commercial Articles, Beverages 216-217 Cooking Utensils, Saying Grace 218-220 Arts and Industries 221-345 Weaving 222-255 Legend of Weaving 224 Sorting, Washing, Carding, Spinning Wool 224-227 Dyeing Wool 228-234 The Loom and its parts 235-240 Weaving Implements 240-243 Kinds of Weave 243-245 Use of Loom and kinds 245-250 Designs in Modern Blankets 250-255 Knitting 255-256 Sheep Raising 257-259 Agriculture 259-270 Corn and its parts.

Introductory 23-34 The Name Navaho 23 Orthography and Pronunciation of the word Navaho 26 Origin and Stock of the Navaho 26 Migration of the Denes 28 Site and Area of the Navaho Country 30 Physical Features of the Land 31-32 Population 33-34 Cosmogony and Natural Phenomena 35-117 The Universe 35 Earth and Sky 35-36 Sun and Moon 37-41 Time 37-39 Light, Shade, Mirage 40 Eclipse, Phases of the Moon 41 Stars and Constellations 42-45 Clouds 45 Mist or Fog, Wind and Storm, Rain and Rainbow 46 Snow and Ice 47-48 Water 49-52 Weather and Temperature 53-54 Direction and Directional Assignment 55-57 The Calendar 58-59 Lightning and Thunder 60 The Land 61 Mountin' and Valley, Stone, Caiions, Minerals 62-64 Clay, Fire, Smoke, Ashes, Charcoal 65-67 Color 68-72 Measure, Distance, Surface and Solid 73-76 The Numeral System Ethnologic dictionary of the Navaho language.

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In 2017 Tectum Publishing became part of the Nomos family and in 2018 Ergon Publishing and Academia Publishing followed. only initiated men are supposed to hear those sounds. Particularly noteworthy are also the numerous interdisciplinary and intradisciplinary journals, such as Leviathan, Kritische Justiz Critical Justice and Rechtswissenschaft Jurisprudence. 411 Bull-roarer 414 Fire-drill 415 Fireplace in Fire Ceremony 415 Yucca Star 415 Small Hoops 416 Wide Hoops 416 Arrows for Swallowing 419 Yucca Blanket 457 Buckskin Shirt 457 Buckskin Pants 459 Buckskin Belt 459 Mountain Lion Cap figure 1 461 Wildcat Cap figure 2 461 Whitish Cap figure 3 461 Smooth Cap figure 4 462 Pronged Cap figure 5 462 Cap with Opposite Peaks figure 6 462 Feathered Cap figure 7 462 Hair Broom 464 Yucca Mat.

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Spotted White Corn for vegetation symbols 6. Blanca Peak was put in the eastern direction because the sun rises from there at the start of each day. This book is a great resource not only to the general reader, or student and scholar of Navajo culture, but also for Navajo parents who want to pass on traditional teachings to their children to ensure the longevity of the culture of their ancestors.

New York: Dover Publications reprint of 1939 edition entitled Navajo Medicine Man REICHARD, GLADYS A. Publisher: Ministry of Education Ontario Publication date: 2002 Number of pages: 128 This course briefly introduces some of the central ideas of Algonquian grammar, as they pertain especially to teachers of the languages Ojibwe and Cree.

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