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Free Classes of Anishinaabemowin Friday & Saturday, March 27 & 28

Isadore Toulouse of "Online Anishinaabemowin" is teaching two extra classes this week: tomorrow, Friday, March 27, from 4:00 to 5:15 p.m. EST and on Saturday,
danyriopelle
Mar 26
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Boozhoo! Anyone know this dictionary site? translateojibwe

Boozhoo, I hope you all are well. I was trying to find the equivalent to "swamp tumeric" and google turned up an Ojibwe dictionary I had not seen before
allwaysgreatbear
Feb 3
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Re: Miigwech Dany... for the greeting and link to sylabary

Oh, I missed the second part of the question until I've seen Dany's reply. Fiero o and oo sounds really depends on if it is accented or not. The oo is the
jirolippert
Dec 22, 2014
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Re: Miigwech Dany... for the greeting and link to sylabary

 Yes, that’s the version I use.  As I understand it, there was one basicsyllabary created by James Evans in or before 1840 which he (and since then,others)
Dany Riopelle
Dec 22, 2014
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Re: Miigwech Dany... for the greeting and link to sylabary

The quizlet uses northern roman orthography (not sure if Cree-Saulteaux SRO or if Northern Fiero, as the quizlet shows no examples long vowels). The syllabics
jirolippert
Dec 22, 2014
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Miigwech Dany... for the greeting and link to sylabary

Again, thank you for the season's greeting and I noticed the syllabary used there which sparked my curiousity... and found this link to a set of flash cards on
allwaysgreatbear
Dec 22, 2014
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Re: Weg(o)nesh ekidom(a)gak bezhig (i)nooz(o)win?

Miigwech waa-wiindamawiyan. Hoowah! Aap(i)ji go wewiib g(i)gii-(i)zhich(i)ge wi… (i)ngii-(a)gindaas ginakwetamowin jibwaa-(a)gindaasoyaan(h) ingagwedwewin.
danyriopelle
Dec 7, 2014
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Re: Weg(o)nesh ekidom(a)gak bezhig (i)nooz(o)win?

(o)boon(i)diyaak (WNLAP: bondeyak) = anchor stick
jirolippert
Dec 6, 2014
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Weg(o)nesh ekidom(a)gak bezhig (i)nooz(o)win?

Weg(o)nesh ekidom(a)gak bezhig (i)nooz(o)win? Boozhoo, aanii(n), kwé, waajiye, aninskwa (ga)kina (a)wiya. Min(wa/o)m(a)nji`oyeg (im/n)bag(o)sendam. Mii sa
danyriopelle
Dec 6, 2014
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Re: Chicago, IL, area toponyms (place names)

I am so very pleased to have this list. Thank-you for sharing, and thank-you for your help with my inquiry. I asked around, here and there, for years, and no
currentfollower
Dec 3, 2014
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Re: Chicago, IL, area toponyms (place names)

Thanks so much for sharing your research. It is good to know these things! From: OjibweLanguageSocietyMiinawaa@yahoogroups.com
Gina
Dec 3, 2014
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Re: Chicago, IL, area toponyms (place names)

For those who may be interested ---- Antioch Lake is a man-made lake and unfortunately for this reason, it does not have a historical indigenous name. During
Earl
Dec 2, 2014
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Re: Chicago, IL, area toponyms (place names)

Looking a bit closer, I spotted errors in the list (sorry). So, from that long list, take these off: * Jiiga'oshkodeg-ziibiing : Aurora, IL (By the Scoured by
jirolippert
Dec 1, 2014
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Re: Chicago, IL, area toponyms (place names)

Thanks again for sharing this. From: OjibweLanguageSocietyMiinawaa@yahoogroups.com [mailto:OjibweLanguageSocietyMiinawaa@yahoogroups.com] Sent: Sunday,
Gina
Dec 1, 2014
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Re: Chicago, IL, area toponyms (place names)

As a resource, I can suggest the Myaamia Project (http://myaamiacenter.org/), which includes an online dictionary of Miami, the closest living relative to the
Daniel Bensen
Nov 30, 2014
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