Deesdoi is the Navajo word for extremely warm, or hot.
Temperature-wise, it’s a relative term that is used to speak about the weather, or an area/space. This term is not used to describe things that are hot to the touch, like a cup of hot coffee or a grill.
“Shił deesdoi” (I am hot), is one way that you can say that the air is hot (to you).
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