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Innuit

[in-oo-it, -yoo-] /ˈɪn u ɪt, -yu-/
noun, plural Innuits (especially collectively) Innuit.
1.

Inuit

[in-oo-it, -yoo-] /ˈɪn u ɪt, -yu-/
noun, plural Inuits (especially collectively) Inuit for 1.
1.
a member of the Eskimo peoples inhabiting northernmost North America from northern Alaska to eastern Canada and Greenland.
2.
the language of the Inuit, a member of the Eskimo-Aleut family comprising a variety of dialects.
Also called Inupik.
Origin of Inuit
1755-1765
1755-65; < Inuit: people, plural of inuk person
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British Dictionary definitions for Innuit

Innuit

/ˈɪnjuːɪt/
noun
1.
a variant spelling of Inuit

Inuit

/ˈɪnjuːɪt/
noun (pl) -it, -its
1.
any of several Native peoples of N America or Greenland, as distinguished from those from Asia or the Aleutian Islands (who are still generally referred to as Eskimos); the preferred term for Eskimo in N America Compare Yupik
2.
the language of these peoples; Inuktitut
Word Origin
from Inuktitut inuit the people, pl of inuk a man
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Word Origin and History for Innuit

1765, from Inupiaq Eskimo inuit "people," plural of inuk "man, person."

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