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- From Ojibwe wiinibig ("dirty waters"), from wiini’ ("to make someone dirty"), wiinad ("it is dirty"), plus nibi ("water"), plural nibig ("waters").
- After the lake, from Cree and Ojibwe ouenpig ("murky water"), describing the river's water entering the lake (CanOD).
- A city in Canada, the provincial capital of Manitoba.
- Lake Winnipeg, a large lake in Manitoba.
- Winnipeg River, a river that flows 813 km from Lake of the Woods, Ontario, into Lake Winnipeg.
terms derived from "Winnipeg"
capital of Manitoba
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- “Winnipeg” in the Canadian Oxford Dictionary, Second Edition, Oxford University Press, 2004.