recently or lately
uh knee dih
Yá’át’ééh! Today’s Navajo word approximates to “recently” or “lately” in English. In conversational usage, it is usually said before the rest of the sentence.
There is another word that is similar: ániid (no high tones on the long-i). It similarly means “new” or “fresh” and is used to describe objects instead of a moment in time.
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