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  • noun

Synonyms for Eskimo

a member of a people inhabiting the Arctic (northern Canada or Greenland or Alaska or eastern Siberia)

the language spoken by the Eskimo

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Paper Eskimo, which had long been a domestic Australian company, first launched its products in the United States during the New York International Gift Fair in 2012.
Slated for delivery by the year-end, the Golar Eskimo is being built by Korean shipyard Samsung Heavy Industries Co.
This guideline is partially based on the landmark 1970s study from Bang and Dyerberg that connected the low incidence of coronary artery disease (CAD) among the Eskimos of Greenland to their diet, rich in whale and seal blubber.
The nameless Little Eskimo is searching for answers.
The response to local mailshots had been "colossal", he claimed, adding that turnover had grown 50% every week since Eskimo began trading.
Eskimo had been born with one of his testicles lodged in his abdomen, which prevented him growing normal antlers.
Singer Kristian Leontiou is the Eskimo, drummer Adam Falkner is a giraffe, bassist Jamie Sefton is a monkey and guitarist Pete Rinaldi is a penguin.
One Eskimo play Korova, Fleet Street, Liverpool, on Thursday May 7.
a three foot eskimo that sparked a search operation has been returned safe and sound.
ESKIMO QUEEN easily won the Group 1 Queensland Oaks at Eagle Farm yesterday, and may return to the track on Saturday for the Queensland Derby.
The most popular sport in Eskimo communities is basketball.
Today, the term Eskimo Scout refers to someone who is an expert at surviving and living through Alaska's harsh weather conditions and using the resources the surrounding environment offers.
Funds raised by a charity event at the Eskimo Bar in West Kirby, together with donations from the Tranmere players and a contribution from club owner Peter Johnson, will enable Lil to make her charity walk along the Grand Canyon.
An Eskimo Nativity, a Nativity created inside a walnut shell and a live Nativity scene will be part of the festival, which will also feature performances from dozens of choirs, soloists and musical groups.
One of these, The Eskimo Book of Knowledge by George Binney, is a classic published by the Hudson's Bay Company in 1931.