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noun, plural O·jib·ways, (especially collectively) O·jib·way.
  1. Ojibwa.
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Historical Examples of ojibway

  • He had no English, and our Ojibway was of the strictly utilitarian.

    The Forest

    Stewart Edward White

  • And he spoke to them in the Ojibway speech, which they could not understand.

    Fort Amity

    Arthur Thomas Quiller-Couch

  • "In the days of my grandfather" is the Ojibway's preface to all his traditions and legends.

  • The sun had smoked him till he was as swarthy as the Ojibway steersman.

  • Presently the tall Ojibway answered the call of his stomach.