Definitions

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  • n. A native or inhabitant of Ottawa, the capital city of Canada.
  • adj. Of or relating to the city of Ottawa.
  • adj. Of or relating to the Ottawa tribe.

Etymologies

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Ottawa +‎ -an

Examples

  • "I don't think people are as afraid of us anymore," said Mr. Smith, a stocky 41-year-old who launched Vice with fellow Ottawan Gavin McInnes who left the company in 2008 and Suroosh Alvi, a Pakistani-Canadian from Toronto who studied philosophy at McGill University in Montreal, and has taken the role of sober straight man to his business partner's showman persona.

    Vice Media Tries to Keep Its Cool

  • Once on the ground, along with the other survivors I was whisked into an Ottawan hospital.

    Masked

  • I remember every detail of that night because when I look back, it seems that if one little thing had been different—the casting, the timing, the weather, the seating arrangement, the Ottawan elections that year—everything might not have happened.

    sTORI Telling

  • Don't forget Muskrat Love by America, D.I.S.C.O by Ottawan she is D - delirious...

    YesButNoButYes: Worst Lyrics ... Ever!

  • The beautiful, gorgeous Ottawan had lots of chances to confess his undying love - d'I mean lust - for me, but has failed me in this regard.

    lazarus Diary Entry

  • Cantave, whose childhood idol was and is former national team star Charmaine Hooper, a fellow Ottawan, says she'll long recall the welcoming party she had last Monday.

    Ottawa Sun

  • Ottawan and the experience of visiting tourists and out of towners.

    The Times Today's News

  • COURT WATCH: Ottawan sentenced to jail, probation for cocaine charge - My Web Times

    The Times Today's News

  • LA SALLE COUNTY BOARD: Forest preserve district fate talk heated COURT WATCH: Ottawan sentenced to jail, probation for cocaine charge

    The Times Today's News

  • Joining Miura on the bill for this celebratory evening of song will be multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Catriona Sturton, an Ottawan familiar whose familiarity with Japanese culture stems from three years spent teaching English in Fukuyama.

    Embassy

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