Old Bering Sea

adjective Old Ber·ing Sea \-ˈberiŋ-, -ˈbiriŋ-\

Definition of Old Bering Sea

  1. :  of or belonging to an Eskimo culture of northern Alaska and northeastern Siberia about a.d. 100–500 characterized especially by fossil-ivory implements

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Origin and Etymology of old bering sea

from the Bering sea, part of the northern Pacific ocean

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