FREELANG Ojibwe-English and English-Ojibwe online dictionary
Authors/copyrights: Weshki-ayaad, Charlie Lippert & Guy T. Gambill.
Last update: 01/08/2014 - 102053 entries
A note from the authors:
- You should do a reverse lookup if the word you are looking for has a Section-mark (§) on the right-hand column.
- If your entry has a Section-mark with numbers, then the entry was broken up into pieces - the first number being the piece segment and the second number being the number of total pieces.
- The Freelang Ojibwe dictionary uses Open Single-Quote (`) character instead of the Generic Single-Quote (') to represent glottal stops.
Random entry from this dictionary: nim=â€¦+oman (pfâ€¦+sf) means(1â€™s 3') for b(n)o+w.