- the Athapaskan language spoken by the Navaho
- a member of an Athapaskan people that migrated to Arizona and New Mexico and Utah
How To Use Navaho In A Sentence
- No. 7, Surface water, Kinbiniyol alluviation plain near Navaho cornfield, The Material Culture of Pueblo Bonito
- For the Ainu the demiurge is the water wagtail;  for the Navahos and in Introduction to the History of Religions Handbooks on the History of Religions, Volume IV
- Of the more than 300 separate tribes, the largest is the Navaho in the Southwest.
- Straddled between Utah and Arizona in the Navaho Indian Reservation are the sandstone buttes, mesas and cliffs of Monument Valley, the setting for countless westerns.
- Navaho rugs, a quantity of cliff-dweller pottery, and a sufficiency of heavy, comfortable furniture hewn out of cedar. Bloom of Cactus
- Navaho was derived from the name the Tewa Pueblo Indians gave them, Apaches of Navahu, which means “enemies from the planted fields.” Nightway