Aayaase (also known as ᐋᔾᔮᐦᔥ (Aayaash; unpointed as ᐊᔾᔭᔥ) or Iyash; recorded by William Jones as Āyāsä) is a character found in the Aadizookaan of the Anishinaabe peoples. Similar in nature to the Ojibwa Nanabozho stories, the Aayaash stories tell of his trials and tribulations, with each story carrying a moral.
- Jones, William (1917-19). Ojibwa Texts, vol. ii. Truman Michelson, ed. Leyden, New York: G. E. Stechert & co., pp. 380-393
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