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Proto-Inupik: *inuɣ, *innuɣ-, *inuq-unt
Eskimo etymology: Eskimo etymology
Meaning: person, owner 1, family member 2, servant 3
Russian meaning: человек, хозяин 1, член семьи 2, слуга 3
Seward Peninsula Inupik: inuk 1
SPI Dialects: Imaq ínuk 1, 'man', Di inuk 1, 'man', W inuk* (inūk, inuit) 1, 'man'
North Alaskan Inupik: ińuk 1, ińuqun 'spirit, prowler'
NAI Dialects: B ińuk* 'man', Ingl inuk* 'man'
Western Canadian Inupik: inuk 1
WCI Dialects: Cor, M inuk* 'man'
Eastern Canadian Inupik: inuk 1, innu(k)- 'to get inhabitants, to appropriate', inuquti 3, 'follower'
Greenlandic Inupik: inuk (inuk*) 1, [Jen.] 'man', innuɣ- 'to meet people', inuqut 2. inuɣluqut 'orphan taken to the house and treated like a slave'
GRI Dialects: EG ī(k) 1
Comparative Eskimo Dictionary: 137

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