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James Vukelich Kaagegaabaw is the creator of Ojibwe Word of the Day. He has been recognized as a leading voice in Native Language revitalization efforts and spiritual teachings for two decades. His keen insights on the interconnectedness of language and culture were developed in the field speaking with and recording elders and native speakers of the language (many of whom have since passed on) in Canada, Michigan and Minnesota as part of the Ojibwe Language Dictionary Project.

Ojibwe Word of the Day James Vukelich Kaagegaabaw

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James Vukelich Kaagegaabaw is the creator of Ojibwe Word of the Day. He has been recognized as a leading voice in Native Language revitalization efforts and spiritual teachings for two decades. His keen insights on the interconnectedness of language and culture were developed in the field speaking with and recording elders and native speakers of the language (many of whom have since passed on) in Canada, Michigan and Minnesota as part of the Ojibwe Language Dictionary Project.

    Asemaake. ᐊᓭᒫᑫ᙮ 'S/he offers, works with tobacco.'

    Asemaake. ᐊᓭᒫᑫ᙮ 'S/he offers, works with tobacco.'

    How to start the day in a good way....This is a traditional perspective n the use of Asemaa 'tobacco' in Ojibwe culture.

    • 12 Min.
    Ogichidaa/Ogichidaakwe ᐅᑭᒋᑖ ᐅᑭᒋᑖᑴ

    Ogichidaa/Ogichidaakwe ᐅᑭᒋᑖ ᐅᑭᒋᑖᑴ

    This episode of Ojibwe Word of the Day examines the history, meaning, and etymology of the word for 'Warrior' in the Ojibwe Language.

    • 12 Min.
    Miigwech ᒦᑴᒡ 'Thank you'

    Miigwech ᒦᑴᒡ 'Thank you'

    This episode of Ojibwe WOD cover the etymology, history, and meaning of the Ojibwe word for 'Thank you'. Miigwech bizindawiyeg Thank you all for listening!

    • 12 Min.
    Aanji-bimaadizi. ᐋᓐᒋ ᐱᒫᑎᓯ᙮ 'S/he changes her/his life.'

    Aanji-bimaadizi. ᐋᓐᒋ ᐱᒫᑎᓯ᙮ 'S/he changes her/his life.'

    This episode of Ojibwe Word of the Day is about the word to change one's life. It examines how the Language can describe a concept like 'decolonization'. Miigwech!

    • 13 Min.
    Anishinaabe ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯ 'a person, a human'

    Anishinaabe ᐊᓂᔑᓈᐯ 'a person, a human'

    This episode of Ojibwe Word of the Day is about the word Anishinaabe 'a person, a human (in contrast to a non-human being)'. It gives us an insight into the history and spirituality of the people and how to relate to each other as both humans and relatives.

    • 15 Min.
    Zhawenindizo ᔕᐌᓂᓐᑎᓱ᙮ S/he is kind to oneself, has compassionate unconditional love for oneself.'

    Zhawenindizo ᔕᐌᓂᓐᑎᓱ᙮ S/he is kind to oneself, has compassionate unconditional love for oneself.'

    Zhawenindizo ᔕᐌᓂᓐᑎᓱ᙮ S/he is kind to oneself, has compassionate unconditional love for oneself.'

    • 14 Min.

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