nah ole kih lth-ih

The English approximation of ná’oolkiłí is “the long hand that rotates.” The colloquial meaning is “clock” or in some cases, a “timepiece.”

Here is a simple sentence to demonstrate usage:

Jerry éí ná’oolkiłí bee hólǫ́. Jerry – clock – his/it (variation of bí- suffix) – exists. Jerry has a clock.# November 2012