Definitions for na-denenɑˈdeɪ ni, ˌnɑ deɪˈneɪ
This page provides all possible meanings and translations of the word na-dene
a family of North American Indian languages
A major language family consisting of Tlingit, Eyak and the Athabascan languages, spoken in large parts of North America.
Origin: Coined by in 1915, from naa and dene, both meaning people or tribe.
The numerical value of na-dene in Chaldean Numerology is: 7
The numerical value of na-dene in Pythagorean Numerology is: 7
Sample Sentences & Example Usage
There is currently an emergency occurring at the Dene Building and we are asking the public to stay away while the matter is resolved by the RCMP, we will not be allowing anyone in or out until we have a clear idea of what is going on.
There's ... no new problems that could lead to this type of thing, except that it’s an isolated town, you have to leave town to work. And it’s difficult, because if you leave town you're in an environment of other people who don't speak Dene. In a way, it's your nation up here.
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