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Proto-Inupik: *aɣ-na (*ak-kua, *aɣ-ruma, *a(ɣ)-ani)
Eskimo etymology: Eskimo etymology
Meaning: that, on the other side, across
Russian meaning: вон тот, на той стороне
Seward Peninsula Inupik: aŋ-na (akkua pl., ak-tuma rel., āni loc. (in East), aɣɣā predic.)
SPI Dialects: KI aɣ-ruma rel.
North Alaskan Inupik: aɣ-na (akkua pl., ak-tuma rel., āni loc., aɣɣa predic.)
Western Canadian Inupik: aŋ-na (akkuat pl., axxuma rel., aɣani loc., aɣɣa predic.)
WCI Dialects: Sig aɣ-juma rel.
Eastern Canadian Inupik: an-na (akkua pl., atsuma rel., [avani loc., avva predic.])
ECI Dialects: Lab āni loc. (in South)
Greenlandic Inupik: an-na (akku(a) pl., aššuma rel., [avani loc., affa predic.]) (in North)
GRI Dialects: NG aŋ-na, EG an-na (in South)
Comparative Eskimo Dictionary: 453, 456

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