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nv Díí choyoołʼįįhí éí tʼáá bí bizaadjiʼ yééʼaniiʼ: Diné bizaad.
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Ak'aan.

Yá'at'ééh Shi éí Anthony yį́į́shyé', adóó Shą́ą́'tóhídę́ę́ éí naashá. Adóó Diné bizaad (Naabeeho bizaad) éí t'áá shił bee hozin, adóó diné' bizaad beeyashti'ígíí éí western dialect. Adóó díí Diné bizaadji' ak'e' alchíí dóó wooltá éí shiłnizhǫ́'ni', adóó t'áá haadá' niiłtso'go' akáá anaashwó' doolééł.

Naaná secular writing woolyéígíí t'eiyá bikáá adaashlé' doolééł, Diné biná'haghá' éí doobikáá adaashlé'da' doolééł. Naaná Diné bee'e'ool'į́į́ł ałdó' doodá. T'oh asdą́ą́ ch'i'daast'ą́ą́'i'go' t'éíyá', adóó t'áá iidą' bikáá adaalyáígíí t'éíyá t'áá'ako'.

Naabeeho diné' k'ehji' ak'é'da'aałch'i'ígíí: Kwéé'i' Wikiibíídiyá bikáági' ak'é'da'oołchi'. Há'ayéé'shą́ nizhǫ́'nigo' ada'diilnį́į́, adóó díí nihih naaltsoos inter-net bikáági niha'ałchini' chó'da'yooł'į́į́h doolééł. 'Díí nihah ałchini bá adeit'į' doolééł. Adóó saad na'hasiigo' ałdó' bee shiká' andaałwó'.

Would like to say "Hi". My name is Anthony of Shonto, AZ and this is so awasome that someone has started a wikipedia web site in Diné bizaad. I will do as much to help in making this web site a success and expand "Wikiibíídiyá" 's information in Navajo. Much of my writing is going to be done in secular writing. On "Wikiibíídiyá", please do not write/publish any Navajo religious matters or media (this is the wish of all Navajo medicine men(s) who practice the Navajo way). In addition, I also do practice the Navajo religion and I'm also a strong believer that all Navajo religious matter should be kept to a minimum. For materials that have already been made avaible on the inter-net, that's okay to re-use.

With that said, I do encouarge and promote any secular writing in Navajo. In addition, I encourage that all Navajo's that can read and write in Navajo to write on Wikiibíídiyá. I believe that this is going to be a tremendous asset to the Navajo people whom are learning to read Diné bizaad. Furthermore; this is one of the many avenue to pass information in Diné bizaad to our youths; moreover, this information is free to the youth of the Navajo people.