T’óó ahayóí

Today’s phrase is Navajo for “many” or “much” or “a lot.”

It’s used in reference to the quantity of something.

Take the following picture as an example:

Notice all the Navajo words in this picture! You can see the big truck (chidí tsoh) and it’s carrying a lot of hay (tł’oh), which happens to be alfalfa (tł’oh waa’í) and it’s early in the morning (abiní).

So here’s a sentence that demonstrates a simple usage:

Tł’oh waa’í t’óó ahayóí!

See! You’re learning Navajo!