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Dog·rib

 (dôg′rĭb′, dŏg′-)
n. pl. Dogrib or Dog·ribs
See Tlicho.

[Translation of Cree atimospikay.]
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Dogrib

(ˈdɒɡˌrɪb)
n
1. (Peoples) a member of a Dene Native Canadian people of northern Canada
2. (Languages) the Athapascan language of this people
[from Dogrib Thlingchadinne, dog's flank, referring to the people's belief that they are descended from a dog]
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Translations
flanc-de-chien
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