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→ «nêhiyawêw» Verb Animate Intransitive Independent Present 1st Person Plural Inclusive
→ «you and we speak Cree»
crk ↔ eng
Dictionaries for Plains Cree and English are based on the lexical materials and scientific research in nêhiyawêwin : itwêwina / Cree: Words. Compiled by Arok Wolvengrey. Regina: Canadian Plains Research Center, 2001.
The dictionary software behind itwêwina is Neahttadigisánit, originally created for North Saami and South Saami at the University of Tromsø. New languages always present new challenges for the software, so be sure to get in touch with us if you have questions or comments.
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