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Oji-Cree (also known as Severn Ojibwa) is the name of a particular dialect of the Ojibwe language which is mainly spoken in northern Ontario and parts of Manitoba. wintranslation is proud to offer Oji-Cree into English and English into Oji-Cree translation services.
As implied by the name, Oji-Cree is dialect of the Ojibwe language which has been influenced by the Cree language over time. Many terms have been borrowed, especially from the Plains Cree dialect however the language structure is more closely related to that of Ojibwe.
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