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Inupiat

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noun Inu·pi·at \i-ˈnü-pē-ˌät, -ˈnyü-\

Definition of Inupiat

  1. 1 plural Inupiat or Inupiats also Inupiaq or Inupiaqs :  a member of the Eskimo people of northern Alaska

  2. 2 :  the language of the Inupiat people



Variants of inupiat

also

Inupiaq

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Origin and Etymology of inupiat

Inupiat inʸupiaq, plural inʸupiat, literally, real person


First Known Use: 1967

Rhymes with inupiat

as like as not, by a long shot, compatriot, expansion slot, forget-me-not, hit the jackpot, immunoblot, magnificat, overhand knot, penalty shot, requiescat, stevedore knot, true lover's knot


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