kin lth-un nih
Literally: many houses.
Components: kin + łání.
The Navajo language uses kin in reference to a house or building. This is distinct from hooghan which is more in reference to a home, or dwelling. Łání approximates to many, or much. Generally, kinłání is a town.
If you say or hear Kinłánídi, this refers to a place called many houses. There are two places that share this Navajo name: Durango, Colorado and Flagstaff, Arizona. The -di suffix means approximately “at” and is sometimes followed by another word with a -gi suffix to name a specific place within the prior named location.