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Oji-Cree is the indigenous name for a dialect of the Ojibwa language spoken in a series of Oji-Cree communities in northern Ontario and at Island Lake, Manitoba, Canada. Ojibwa is a member of the Algonquian language family, itself a member of the Algic language family.
The term Severn Ojibwa (or Ojibwe) is primarily used by linguists and anthropologists to refer to the language. Severn Ojibwa speakers have also been identified as Northern Ojibwa, and the same term has been applied to their dialect.
Severn Ojibwa speakers use two self-designations in their own language. The first is Anishinini "ordinary person." This term has been compared to Plains Cree ayisiyiniw "person, human being." The term Anishinaabe "ordinary man," which is widely used as a self-designation across the Ojibwa dialect continuum, is also used and accepted by Severn speakers.
The term Anishininiimowin is the general word used in Severn Ojibwa to refer to the language itself (suffix -mo, "speak a language," suffix -win, "nominalizer"). Oji-Cree was one of only six aboriginal languages in Canada to report an increase in use in the 2001 Canadian census over the 1996 census.
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