Ojibwe Kihcimasina'ikan (OJBR)
Northwestern Ojibwa - Nakawēmowin
Ojibwe Shorter Old Testament and New Testament
Ojibwe is one of the Algonquian languages of Canada, in the same family as Cree and Mi’kmaq. It is spoken in Ontario and Manitoba, as well as Minnesota, but the dialect in this translation is from northwestern Ontario. Depending on the community, age of the speaker, and other factors, Ojibwe is written using either a Roman script or a syllabic script.
About This Translation
This is 40% of the Old Testament with a complete New Testament. Sponsors of the translation included Christian and Missionary Alliance, Impact North, Summer Institute of Linguistics, and the Canadian Bible Society. The New Testament was published in 1988, and the Old Testament material was added in 2008. If you are interested in obtaining a printed copy of this Bible, please contact the Canadian Bible Society at http://www.biblescanada.com. The published copy is printed with syllabic script and Roman script on facing pages.
Ojibwe New Testament © 2008 Canadian Bible Society
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