Winnipeg
geographical name 1. river about 500 miles (804 kilometers) Canada in W Ontario & SE Manitoba flowing from Lake of the Woods to Lake Winnipeg 2. city Canada capital of Manitoba population 619,544 • Winnipegger noun

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  • Winnipeg — originally the name of the lake, probably from Ojibwa (Algonquian) winipeg dirty water; Cf. winad it is dirty. Etymologically related to WINNEBAGO (Cf. Winnebago) …   Etymology dictionary

  • Winnipeg — Para otros usos de este término, véase Winnipeg (desambiguación). Winnipeg …   Wikipedia Español

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