This is a useful verb that translates to “to go” or “to be going.” It’s a fully conjugated verb so the form changes depending on who you’re talking about.
- déyá (I am going)
- díníyá (you are going)
- deeyá (he/she/it is going)
- deet’áázh (we two are going)
- dishoo’áázh (you two are going)
- deezh’áázh (they two are going)
- deekai (we are going – more than two)
- disoohkai (you are going – more than two)
- deeskai (they are going – more than two)
As an example, you can say the following:
Bii’nda’a’néhégóó deet’áázh. (Me and him are going to the gym.)
To use this verb, add -góó to the end of the place word and follow it by the correct verb form. It’s easy, because this can be done to English names as well.