Esquimau


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Synonyms for Esquimau

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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(43.) "Lived but a Week: Little Columbia, the Esquimau Baby, Is Dead," Chicago Daily Tribune, November 8, 1892, 9; "Miss Columbia Susan," Boston Globe, November 2, 1892, 1; "Another Baby for the World's Fair," New York Times, November 5, 1892, 9; and "Another Eskimo Baby," Washington Post, November 14, 1892, 1.
"Esquimau dog train." This playful view of a dog team and carriole (sleigh) was taken in July 1881, probably at the Hudson's Bay Company post at Barren's River, by American photographer Frank Jay Haynes (1853-1921).
Hensel, Chase, 2001, << Parler de leur maniere d'etre Esquimau : l'identite en tant que ressource sociale en interaction >>.
Par exemple, Francais, Anglais, Allemand, Ecossais, Canadien, Italien, Irlandais, Chinois, Cri, Micmac, Metis, Inuit (Esquimau), Ukrainien, Hollandais, Indien de l'Inde, Polonais, Portugais, Juif, Haitien, Jamaiquain, Vietnamien, Libanais, Chilien, Somalien, etc.
Proceedings get under way at 12.30pm with the confined maiden, and Brush The Tide, Mind The Missus and Esquimau are likely to dominate.
A retirement ceremony for the aircraft is scheduled for November 30, 2018 in Esquimau, B.C.
Violent clashes between Inuit (who did not possess firearms at that time, and who are referred to as "Indians," "esquimau," or "esquimaude" in various early sources) and European fishers and whalers were frequent along the coast between the Strait of Belle Isle and Groswater Bay.
L'ours blanc devorant un phoque (no 17) le fait sur la batture de glace ou, etant donne la saison, sur un floe, naviguant pas trop au large, car il est rejoint par l'Esquimau. La surface de l'eau gelee apporte une information indirecte sur les aglous, trous de respiration du phoque qui deviennent des lieux de chasse ; ces sites de guet n'apparaissent pas ici mais ils sont implicites dans la description de plusieurs scenes.
Caption: TOP RIGHT: Rear Admiral Ron Lloyd, Deputy Commander Royal Canadian Navy, receives a general salute during the paying off ceremony for Her Majesty's Canadian Ship Algonquin at CFB Esquimau on June 11, 2015.