Anishnabwe (pron. a-NISH-na-BWay) - now a generic term used among Native Canadians to denote a person of Native heritage in Ontario or Quebec. Previously used by the Ojibway exclusively, it now includes Cree and Iroquois tribes, due to the forced amalgamation of tribes by the Canadian and American governments during the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. See métis, and other nodes on Native North Americans.

Nowadays, native people call each other "Nish". But if you're not native, and you say that word to a native person, they will be extremely offended.