Cree

Meaning : Tribe Name,

Origin : English (Rare), Native American,

Pronunciation : KREE  ,

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Cree Expression, Cree Soul Urge, Cree Inner Dream

additional

Additional information Cree:

additionalFrom the word Kristineaux, which French fur traders used for the First Nations people near James Bay. Kristineaux became shortened to Kri or CREE in English. Cree Summer, actress/voiceover artist.

additionalFrom the name of a Native American tribe of central Canada. Their name derives via French from the Cree word kiristino.

urban

Definition funny of Cree:

urbanBrookline MA Slang for being under the influence of a drug or alcoholic beverage. Also just a word u can put in place of other words to make it sound fresher...J-sketch=J-Cree

urbanYou i hit that blizz and i was maaaddd Cree my dude....Yo what's Cree for tonight? Yo those kicks are mad Cree.

urban1)A Native American people inhabiting a large area from eastern Canada west to Alberta and the Great Slave Lake. Formerly located in central Canada, the Cree expanded westward and eastward in the 17th and 18th centuries, the western Cree adopting the Plains Indian life and the eastern Cree retaining their woodland culture. B.A member of this people. 2)The Algonquian language of the Cree

urbanDAN:watchia(meaning hi in eastern Cree) JANE: hi (chit-chat) JANE: i am MOHAWK DAN: i am CREE

urbanindigidious peoples from parts of canada. an example is newfoundland.

urbani am part cree from my father.

urbanAn undeniable state of beauteous existence conceivable only by those of a higher state of intellect and understanding. Only those who have experienced it can truly understand it, and thus, be in a state of Creedom. Used as a noun,verb,adjective, and all other parts of speech.

songs

Songs about Cree:

songsCree Song 1 by Cecile Moosomin from the Album A Time For Healing

songsTan Solo Cree by Jose Luis Reyes from the Album Algo Grande Viene

songsAl Que Cree by Lenny Salcedo from the Album Todo

songsWork Work (feat. Cocc Pistol Cree) [Explicit] by clipping. from the Album Clppng [Explicit] [+digital booklet]

songsTu Crees Que (live) by Cal Tjader Quintet from the Album Monterey Concerts

songsCree todo es posible by Marco Barrientos from the Album Marco Barrientos Auditorio Nacional

songsNorthern Cree - Red Skin Girl (A Tribe Called Red Remix) by A Tribe Called Red from the Album Northern Cree - Red Skin Girl (A Tribe Called Red Remix)

books

Books about Cree:

booksThe Bones Will Tell (Skye Cree Book 2) by Vickie McKeehan (Aug 5, 2013)

booksThe Bones of Others (Skye Cree Book 1) by Vickie McKeehan (Jan 27, 2013)

booksThe Box of Bones (Skye Cree Book 3) by Vickie McKeehan (Apr 22, 2014)

booksCREE (My Way Series Book 1) by HJ Bellus (Feb 4, 2014)

booksCanoeing with the Cree by Eric Severeid and Ann Bancroft (2004)

books¿Crees en la magia?: La novela que te cambiará la vida (Spanish Edition) by Javier Torras de Ugarte (Jun 24, 2014)

booksQue Crees? by Fox Mem, Mem Fox and Vivienne Goodman (Jan 1, 1999)

movies

Movies about Cree:

moviesCree,todo Es Posible/marco Barrientos - Runtime: 1 hr 50 mins Starring: Marco Barrientos

movies...And God Created Woman / Et Dieu cree la femme 1957 Unrated - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Brigitte Bardot and Jean Tissier Directed by: Roger Vadim

moviesTokyo Godfathers -Édition Collector Limitée 2 DVD -

moviesDieu les crée, moi je les tue -

moviesLA MILAGROSA QUIEN DE USTEDES CREE TODAVIA EN DIOS -

moviesAdios California + Dieu les crée, moi je les tue -

moviesCheyenne Social Club/Fire Cree PG -

wiki

Wiki information Cree:

Cree
Ethnicity, Canadian aboriginal group

The Cree are one of the largest groups of First Nations/Native Americans in North America, with over 200,000 members living in Canada. The major proportion of Cree in Canada live north and west of Lake Superior, in Ontario, Manitoba, Saskatchewan,...

Cree language
Human Language

Cree is an Algonquian language spoken by approximately 117,000 people across Canada, from the Northwest Territories and Alberta to Labrador, making it the aboriginal language with the highest number of speakers in Canada. Despite numerous speakers...

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