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Inuit

noun uk   us   /ˈɪn.ju.ɪt/
[C] (plural Inuit) a member of a Native American people who live in the cold northern areas of North America and Greenland [U] the language spoken by the Inuit people
Translations of “Inuit”
in Vietnamese người Eskimo, tiếng Eskimo…
in Spanish inuit, esquimal…
in Thai ชาวเอสกิโม, ภาษาเอสกิโม…
in Malaysian Inuit…
in Chinese (Traditional) 因紐特人…
in Indonesian orang Inuit, bahasa Inuit…
in Russian эскимос…
in Turkish Eskimo…
in Chinese (Simplified) 伊努伊特人…
in Polish Eskimosi, Eskimos/ka…
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