noun, plural O·jib·ways, (especially collectively) O·jib·way.
Examples from the Web for ojibway
Dunvegan sped forward till he was running side by side with the Ojibway.The Law of the North (Originally published as Empery)|Samuel Alexander White
Their speech was of the chances of the woods and the approaching visit to their Ojibway brothers in the south.The Silent Places|Steward Edward White
Ojibway, meaning "to roast till puckered up," referred to the puckered seam on the moccasins.Man, Past and Present|Agustus Henry Keane
Now, among all the tribes only the Ojibway's art is perfect in paddling a birch canoe.Old Indian Days|[AKA Ohiyesa], Charles A. Eastman
Part of him—that part which served best when he was on the hunting-field—was Ojibway.The Story of the Trapper|A. C. Laut