The Ottawa, Chippewa and Potawatomi are all variants of the Ojibwa/Ojibway language.
|Bemidji river crossing lake||Kahgegwagebow stands forever||Okemos little chief|
|Mitena born at new moon||Neche friend||Onaiwah pigeon/dove|
|Wabaunsee/Wah-bon-seh dawn||Wabonishi lives through winter|
|Kewanee/Kewaunee prairie hen||Moweaqua wolf woman||Wapin dawn||Watseka pretty woman|
|Akaitcho||Bugonegijig/Bagwunagijik opening in the sky||Namid star dancer||Wabanaquot white cloud||Wasonaunqua yellow hair|
|Abedabun dawn||Abequa/Abeque stays at home||Ayashe little one||Keezheekoni fire burning briskly||Kiwidinok woman of the wind||Meoquanee dressed in red|
|Migisi eagle||Namida star dancer||Nekoma grandmother|
This collection of names was compiled by Kate Monk and is ©1997, Kate Monk.
Copies may be made for personal use only.
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