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noun & adjective
- another term for Yupik
- ‘The stacks of driftwood are actually Yuit houses - note the roof-doorway on the house at the right.’
- ‘The Asiatic Yuit are unique among Eskimo groups in having clans.’
- ‘Inuit and Yuit believed in the existence of a multitude of spiritual forces in charge of the universe, including the souls of humans and other animals, various seldom-visible dwarfs and monstrous beings, and other powerful beings.’
- ‘Like the Subarctic peoples but unlike most Native Americans, the Inuit, Yuit, and Aleut peoples today retain much of their ancient way of life.’
- ‘To the right is a list of some of the most requested web services the average Yuit client may require.’
Siberian Yupik, literally ‘people’.
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