Translation of east - Dictionary : English-Ojibwe


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We have found the following translations for east in Ojibwe:
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Expressions Top
Here are the available expressions containing east in Ojibwe:
Bearskin Lake: East ~
cloud coming from the east
cloud: east-~
East Hartford
East Lake
East Lake
East Leaf Lake
East Savannah River
East Swan River
East Thunder
east wind
east wind: be ~
waabaninowe (AL)
east wind: be an ~
waabaninoowe (NW)
east: be ~
east: be rain from the ~
east: cloud coming from the ~
east: from/in/to the ~
waabanog (loc)(SE)
east: from/in/to the ~
waabanong (loc)
east: in/to the ~
Four Legged Lake: East ~ [Clear
Niiyogaade-zaaga`igan §
Leaf Lake : East ~
Middle East
rain: be ~ from the east
Savannah River: East ~
Siskiwit Bay : east side of
Bakweyaa`an-wiikweyaa`an §
Siskiwit Bay : east side of
Gaa-bakweshkaa-wiikweyaa §
Swan River: East ~
Thunder: East ~
wind: be an east ~
waabaninoowe (NW)
wind: be east ~
waabaninowe (AL)
wind: east ~
Definition Top
  1. (abbreviation) East Australian Standard Time
  2. (anagram) eats
  3. direction from which the sun rises, direction opposite west on a compass
  4. of the east; situated in the east
  5. toward the east
  6. Portuguese East Africa
  7. British East Africa
  8. Canada East
  9. East Anglia
  10. East Asian arts
  11. East India Co.
  12. East India Co. Dutch
  13. East India Co. French
  14. East Pacific Rise
  15. East Prussia
  16. East River
  17. East Saint Louis Race Riot
  18. East Sussex
  19. East Timor
  20. Democratic Republic of East Timor
  21. East York
  22. East Edward Murray
  23. German East Africa
  24. Germany East
  25. East African Rift System
  26. East Sea
  27. Middle East
  28. Near East
  29. East West Schism
  30. Middle East Treaty Organization;
  31. Edward, Murray: born October 4, 1879, Du Quoin, Ill., United States died November 9, 1938, Boston, Mass. United States plant geneticist, agronomist and chemist. He finished high school at age 15 and received an M.S. in 1904. He was particularly interested in determining and controlling the protein and fat content of corn, both of which significantly influence its value as animal feed. His research, with that of George Harrison Shull, led to the development of modern-day hybrid corn. Commercial production of hybrid seed corn was made possible by the work of his student Donald F. Jones (1890–1963). East's work helped make possible studies in the field of population genetics.
  32. Germany, Democratic, Republic: officially German Democratic Republic; Former republic (1945–90), north-central Europe. It is now the eastern portion of the Federal Republic of Germany. In 1945 occupied Germany was divided into U.S., British, French and Soviet zones. In 1949 the U.S., British and French zones were combined as West Germany, while the Soviet zone became a communist state as East Germany. Declared a sovereign country in 1955, it became a founding member of the Warsaw Pact. The regimes of Walter Ulbricht and later Erich Honecker were harshly repressive. The Berlin Wall was constructed at the border of the divided city of Berlin in 1961 to stem the flight of East German citizens to the West. The communist government was dismantled in 1989–90 and the country adopted the constitution and name of Germany when the states were united in October 1990.
  33. Great Rift Valley, African, System: Rift Valley or East African Rift System; Rift system, extending from Jordan in the Middle East south to Mozambique in southern Africa. It is some 4,000 mi (6,400 km) long and averages 30–40 mi (48–64 km) wide. The rift has been forming for some 30 million years, as Africa and the Arabian Peninsula separate and has produced such massifs as Kilimanjaro and Mount Kenya. The system's main branch, the Eastern Rift Valley, is occupied in the north by the Jordan River, the Dead Sea and the Gulf of Aqaba. It continues south along the Red Sea to several lakes in Kenya. Less obvious in Tanzania, with its eastern rim eroded, it continues south to the Indian Ocean near Beira, Mozam. The western branch of the system, the Western Rift Valley, extends north from the northern end of Lake Malawi in an arc that includes lakes Rukwa, Tanganyika, Kivu, Edward and Albert.
  34. Japan, Sea of, Sea: East Sea; Branch of the western Pacific Ocean, bounded by Japan, by Sakhalin Island and by Russia and Korea on the Asian mainland. It has a surface area of about 377,600 sq mi (978,000 sq km), a mean depth of 5,748 ft (1,752 m) and a maximum depth of 12,276 ft (3,742 m). Its relatively warm waters contribute greatly to the mild climate of Japan. The growing trade among East Asian countries has increased its use as a commercial waterway.
  35. Schism of 1054, West: East-West Schism; Event that separated the Byzantine and Roman churches. The Eastern and Western churches had long been estranged over doctrinal issues such as the relationship of the Holy Spirit to the Father and the Son. The Eastern church resented the Roman enforcement of clerical celibacy and the limitation of the right of confirmation to the bishop. There were also jurisdictional disputes between Rome and Constantinople, including Rome's assertion of papal primacy. In 1054 Pope Leo IX, through his representative Humbert of Silva Candida and the patriarch of Constantinople, Michael Cerularius, excommunicated each other, an event that marked the final break between the two churches. The rift widened in subsequent centuries and the churches have remained separate, though the excommunications were lifted by the papacy and the patriarch in the 20th century.
  36. abbreviation E (adj), (adv) (not gradable) Cambridge is in East Anglia. The East wall of the mosque is covered with a beautiful mosaic. An east wind is a wind coming from the east. In the US, the East Coast is the part of the country near the Atlantic Ocean, including cities such as New York, Boston and Philadelphia. In Britain, the East End is an area in the east of London and an East Ender is a person who lives or was born in this part of London.
  37. East Australian Standard Time
  38. EuroAfrican Satellite Telecommunications
  39. (Aviation) north-up