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Ojibwa

noun Ojib·wa \ō-ˈjib-(ˌ)wā\
plural Ojibwa or Ojibwas or Ojibway or Ojibways or Ojibwe or Ojibwes

Definition of OJIBWA

1
:  a member of an American Indian people of the region around Lake Superior and westward
2
:  an Algonquian language of the Ojibwa people

Variants of OJIBWA

Ojib·wa or Ojib·way or Ojib·we \ō-ˈjib-(ˌ)wā\
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Origin of OJIBWA

Ojibwa očipwe·, an Ojibwa band
First Known Use: 1700

Rhymes with OJIBWA

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OJIBWAYS Defined for Kids

Ojibwa

noun Ojib·wa \ō-ˈjib-wā\
plural Ojibwa or Ojib·was or Ojibway or Ojib·ways or Ojibwe or Ojib·wes

Definition of OJIBWA for Kids

1
:  a member of an American Indian people originally of Michigan
2
:  the language of the Ojibwa people

Variants of OJIBWA

Ojib·wa or Ojib·way or Ojib·we \ō-ˈjib-wā\

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