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Proto-Inupik: *ụ-nạ (*u-kua, *u-uma, *uv-ani), *uvva
Eskimo etymology: Eskimo etymology
Meaning: this near speaker (restricted) 1, here it is 2
Russian meaning: этот рядом 1, здесь, вот 2
Seward Peninsula Inupik: u-na (u-ɣua pl., ūma rel., u-ani loc.) 1, uvvā (predic.) 2
SPI Dialects: Imaq (u-ɣō pl., ōni loc., óʔŋa abl.) 1, uvawa 2, W una*, uma* (ukwak, ukwa) 1
North Alaskan Inupik: u-na (u-kua pl., ūma rel., uv-ani loc.) 1, uvva (predic.) 2
NAI Dialects: B, Ingl una* 1
Western Canadian Inupik: u-na (u-kuat pl., ūma rel., uv-ani pl.) 1, uvva (predic.) 2
WCI Dialects: Cor, M una* 1
Eastern Canadian Inupik: u-na (u-kua pl., ūma rel., uv-ani loc.) 1, uvva (predic.) 2
Greenlandic Inupik: u-na (una*) (u-ku(a) pl., ūma rel., u-ani loc.) 1, uffa, uxxa (predic.) 2
Comparative Eskimo Dictionary: 480, 385
inupet-prnum,inupet-meaning,inupet-rmean,inupet-spi,inupet-spis,inupet-nai,inupet-nais,inupet-wci,inupet-wcis,inupet-eci,inupet-gri,inupet-ced,

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