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Proto-Inupik: *uu-(t-), *ụttǝ̣-
Eskimo etymology: Eskimo etymology
Meaning: to be or get burnt 1, to burn oneself 2
Russian meaning: обожженный 1, обжечься 2
Seward Peninsula Inupik: ūt- 1, ūtiq- 'to get sunburnt, scorched by the sun'
SPI Dialects: Imaq utáʁa 'to burn', ūtumāroq 1
North Alaskan Inupik: ūt- 'to get sunburnt', ūtɨq- 1
NAI Dialects: B uttiqtoq*, Ingl uttittoq* 'to burn'
Western Canadian Inupik: ūtiq- 'to burn', ūtiʁnaq- 'to be burning'
WCI Dialects: Cor uttiqtoq* 'to burn'
Eastern Canadian Inupik: ūt- 2, ūlittā(q)- 'to toast (bread, etc.)', ūti(C)- 'to cause to be burnt, to burn (intentionally)'
ECI Dialects: Lab ūtāk- 'to scorch, to burn oneself'
Greenlandic Inupik: ū- 1, 2, ūt- 'to roast, to bake, to burn', ūliniq (ʁ) 'sth. burnt', ūtiʁ- 'to bake', ûterpâ* 'to burn'
Comparative Eskimo Dictionary: 361, 362
inupet-prnum,inupet-meaning,inupet-rmean,inupet-spi,inupet-spis,inupet-nai,inupet-nais,inupet-wci,inupet-wcis,inupet-eci,inupet-ecis,inupet-gri,inupet-ced,

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