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A member of a Cree people inhabiting the parts of Saskatchewan and Alberta that comprise the northernmost area of the North American plains; the dialect of Cree spoken by this people.
Of, relating to, or characteristic of this people or their language.
Early 19th century; earliest use found in Alexander Henry (1739–1824). In some forms from the plural of plain + Cree. In some forms from plain + Cree.
Plains Cree/ˌpleɪnz ˈkriː/
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