Aajumaaq
in Inuit mythology: a spirit which kills and disintegrates everything he touches
agiuppiniq
snow drifts across the ice
amaat
traditional Inuit baby carrier
annoraaq qaqortoq
fine anorak
anut
technical term for dog harnesses in East Greenlandic
apuhiniq
snow compressed by the wind into hard barricades
Atuagagdliutit
an oldest newspaper in Greenland; its title can be literally translated as "offered for being read"; this title is spelled in the oldfashioned way, withdrawn in 1970s (the modern spelling would be "atuagalliutit").
Avanersuarmiut
people from the far North, inhabitants of Thule District (Avanersuup Kommunia)
avangnaq
a wind from the north
hiku
permanent ice
hikuliaq
newly formed ice
hiquaq
a type of ice floe
immuk
milk
Inuit Ataqatigiit
Community of the People, a leftist political party in Greenland
ivuniq
packs of ice forced upwards by the current and collision of the plates
kamik
traditional shoes worn in Arctic, usually made of reindeer or seal skin
kanangnaq
snow wind
kangirluarhuq
blocks of freshwater ice
killaq
air holes
kivfak
low level employee or servant
mamartoq
delicious
maniilaq
ice knolls
mattak
narwhal skin
naammassereerpoq
roughly: "it's possible to get used to it"
napariaq
the rack at the back of the sleigh
Nerrivik
in Inuit mythology: the Sea-Mother, patron of fishermen and hunters
peerit
go away
pirhirhuq
snowstorm
pirhuk
light snow
pujuq
the fog
puktaaq
a type of ice floe
qallunaaq
a non-Inuit, especially someone of European descent
qaniq
large snowflakes
qiluttuusat
the Pleiades
qivittoq
an outcast, a hermit
salluvutit
you are lying
sikussaq
ancient ice formed in protected fjords
sinik
"sleeps", traditional measure of distance
umiak
type of a boat used by Eskimo people
uuttoq
a seal sleeping on the ice