There isn’t a specific word for Diné that i know of, but we do have Hotamó’keeho, which means “Indians from out West” but is most often used to refer to Diné i think
Cool! I don’t know words for other tribes in my language. I know how we refer to our neighbors the Hopi in english tho. They’re called cliffshitters. Cuz, ya know.
hahaha we call the Hopi people Xaehétaneo’o, which means “weasel people”….lol i have no idea why
Kiisanai, is what we call the Hopis, which means “Those High Above Mesas.” Sometimes we refer to outside tribes: ’Anaalani, or “Foreigner/Stranger/Outside/Enemy People,” because we felt that those who were outside our mountains were hostile, but we mainly use Anaalani for Lakota, Dakota and Comanche because they were always raiding against the Navajos, and we would pretty much return the favor haha.
Everything is a self-portrait. A diary. Your whole drug history’s in a strand of your hair. Your fingernails. The forensic details. The lining of your stomach is a document. The calluses on your hand tell all your secrets. Your teeth give you away. Your accent. The wrinkles around your mouth and eyes. Everything you do shows your hand.
There is no such thing as the past, present, or future. There just is, and it never goes away. I thought about you for the rest of the day. Catching my head turning to find you again. I hated myself for it.
That ending lyric perfectly describes how I felt about my first love.