Diné of the Navajo Nation

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Likely originating from the Diné, a term used by the Navajo Nation to refer to themselves1. The Navajo Nation, also known as Diné Bikéyah, spans over 27,000 square miles across the states of Utah, Arizona, and New Mexico2. The term "Diné" translates to "The People" in the Navajo language1, reflecting the community's strong sense of identity and unity. The Navajo people have a rich history and culture, and they continue to thrive and evolve, maintaining their traditions while also embracing modern progress3,2.


1 en.wikipedia.org

2 navajo-nsn.gov

3 navajopeople.org