Anishinaabeg - Language

Anishinaabeg Dialectic Divisions

Anishinaabebemowin or the Anishinaabe language belongs to the Algonquian language family. Their closest relatives in the family is the Cree language. The Anishinaabebemowin can best be described as a dialect continuum, in modern times all the way from the Rocky Montains in the west to the Atlantic Ocean in the east.

Anishinaabe
(Ojibwa, Chippewa)
Baawitigowininiwag (Saulteaux, Plains Ojibwa)
Biitan-akiing-enabijig (Boarder-Sitters)
Gichi-gamiwininiwag (Lake Superior, Northern Superior)
Gichi-ziibiwininiwag (Mississippi River)
Goojijiwininiwag (Rainy Lake)
Manoominikeshiinyag (Ricing-Rails)
Mekamaadwewininiwag (Pillagers)
Misi-zaagiwininiwag (Mississaugas, Eastern Ojibwa)
Odishkwaagamiig (Algonquins (Nipissing))
Odaawaa-zaaga'iganiwininiwag (Ottawa Lake (Lac Courte Oreilles))
Zagaakwaandagowininiwag (Bois Forte)
Waaswaaganiwininiwag (Torch (Flambeau))
Wazhashk-Onigamininiwag (Muskrat Portage)
Anishininimowin (Oji-Cree, Severn)
Odaawaa (Ottawa)
Bodéwadmi (Potawatomi) 

Nishnaabe

Nishnaabe Dialectic Divisions

Nishnaabe
(Otawa, Ottawa, Odawa)
Kiskkakon (Bear)
Sinago (Black Squirrel)
Nassauaketon (Fork)
Sable (Sand)

Noshnape

Noshnape Dialectic Divisions

Noshnape
(Potewatmi, Potawatomi)
Prairie Potawatomi - traditionals
Citizen Potawatomi - acculturated

Anisshinapek

Anisshinapek Dialectic Divisions

Anisshinapek
(Algonquin)
Keinouche
Kichesipirini
Matouweskarini
Otaguottouemins
Ononchataronon - possibly Iroquoian in origin
Weskarini