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The Ulutiun dictionary is a list of terms from the Ulutiun language.

AEdit

ahsukk 
Iulutiun dialect: a board composed of members from each village council to arbitrate in trade disputes during trade fairs[1]
aigiik 
Iulutiun dialect: the relationship between spouses[2]
aituiskotuk 
Angulutiun dialect: adults who had participated in only a single migration of caribou[1]
akukujik 
the section of an ukujik that did not have meat pits[1]
akykulutik 
Nakulutiun dialect: a punishment (ykulutik) where the accused was sealed in the cave of a natural predator[1]
anariak 
a ritual where an ariak dressed a newborn baby[1]
anarkiirik 
the second syllable of a baby's name, which came from the name of an honored friend or family member[1]
andlitiving 
a meat-storage room[1]
ahtkoat 
the messenger who invited people to koatulit[1]
aiskotuk 
Angulutiun dialect: the group remaining after the migration of the iskotuk[1]
ariak 
a friend of the family who dressed a baby in his or her first clothes[1]
artengak 
a type of harpoon[1]
awakewquka 
a type of celebration for honoring one's first seal-kill[1]

BEdit

bikik 
an ice sled with a square sail[1]
biknach 
Nakulutiun dialect: a meat-storage structure[1]

CEdit

ceenach 
Nakulutiun dialect: a stone house[1]

DEdit

dinjik 
a pit trap that looks like a snowhouse[1]

EEdit

eaas 
Iulutiun dialect: the essence of life[1]
ekaa 
a barbed arrow[1]
ekotupa 
an arranged marriage[1]
equkoku
a memorial feast or cemetery for the dead[1][3]
erngiik 
Iulutiun dialect: the relationship between a mother and her eldest daughter[2]
eyklak 
a large bow[1]

GEdit

garnok 
a sling with an extended handle[1]
gazanga
Iulutiun dialect: "little father"; the oldest male child[2][1]
giik 
Iulutiun dialect: the relationship between a father and his eldest son[2]

HEdit

heteff 
a white-furred sled dog[1][4]
hiuchupuk
a water sled[1]
hukek 
Angulutiun dialect: a digging spike[1]
huuk 
a "singdown"[1]
huykulutik 
Nakulutiun dialect: a punishment (ykulutik) where the accused was tied to a tree and shot with arrows[1]

IEdit

igdluarn 
a snowhouse room for storing blubber and meat[1]
igdluling 
a long passage between snowhouse rooms[1]
ijukujik 
the section of an ukujik that had meat pits[1]
ikaap
Angulutiun dialect: an ice sled made from caribou skins[1]
ikili 
Angulutiun dialect: a full migration of caribou[1]
ilupiquan 
the interior skin walls of a snowhouse[1]
iniagok 
Angulutiun dialect: morale officer[1]
Innugaakalikurit 
an arctic dwarf[1]
intang 
hoop for drying clothes[1]
inuksuk 
snow figures places in a V-shaped line for driving caribou[1]
ipipykulutik 
Nakulutiun dialect: a punishment (ykulutik) where the accused was suspended head-first inside a crevasse[1]
iquemelum 
a village council[1]
iskotuk 
Angulutiun dialect: a group of migrating humans and their caribou[5]
ituiskotuk 
Angulutiun dialect: aged or injured adults unable to participate in the migration of caribou[1]
iuak 
a machete[1]
iurit 
Nakulutiun dialect: assembly called by the village ruler[1]

JEdit

jakerek 
single-passenger ice sled[1]
jegaung 
a gambling game testing one's aim[1]
jititip 
a special snowhouse for sled dogs or kupuk[6]
jokitarpo 
game to make the ugliest faces[1]
jukikewquka 
a feast honoring a child's first kill[1]
jyykach 
Nakulutiun dialect: a religious edict requiring the death of all non-believers[1]

KEdit

kaituiskotuk
Angulutiun dialect: persons who have not yet participated in the migration of caribou[1]
kaiurit 
Nakulutiun dialect: a yearly religious edict[1]
kaquling
a snowhouse's outermost, open section[1]
kayak 
a kayak[1]
kazanga 
Iulutiun dialect: "little mother"; the oldest female child[2][7]
keri-keri 
a game of imitating gestures[7]
kiam 
a village council member[7]
kiirik 
the first syllable of a baby's name, which came from the name of a deceased friend or family member[7]
kilat 
a type of drum played by slapping it against the chest or thigh[7]
koatulit 
a custom of inviting folk from a nearby village to live in the host village as guests of honor[7]
kotupa 
a voluntary marriage[7]

LEdit

lakerek 
a sled drawn by caribou[7]
liqukoku 
Iulutiun dialect: a ritual for honoring first kills[7]
lukitaqutu 
a juggling game[7]
lulik 
an individual room (dome) of a snowhouse[7]
luqu 
a trident[7]

MEdit

mikka 
a lichen growing in Alpuk that tastes like mint[7]
minikitak 
Angulutiun dialect: a house made from earth and wood[7]
mukteff 
a golden-furred sled dog[7][4]

NEdit

naulagak 
a type of harpoon[7]
nukiewquak 
a ritual for honoring one's first polar bear kill[7]

OEdit

okteff 
a black-furred sled dog[7][4]
opoqukoku 
Iulutiun dialect: a ritual of properly disposing of animal skulls[7]

PEdit

pilakerek 
Angulutiun dialect: a balancing pole used while riding a sled[7]
pimataung 
Angulutiun dialect: an aged leader of the iskotuk[7]
pokulu 
Nakulutiun dialect: a belief that one's life essence becomes a part of Ulutiu upon death[7]

QEdit

quaggi 
a communal feasting house[7]
quangirin 
a ventilation slit[7]
quidlirin 
a fireplace[7]
quipiqu 
thick sleeping blankets[7]
qukoku 
Iulutiun dialect: a philosophy about the unity of nature[7]

REdit

rewqugi 
a two-domed snowhouse filled with pits for burning blubber[6]
reykulutik 
Nakulutiun dialect: a punishment (ykulutik) where the accused was stoned to death in a pit[7]
rissik 
Angulutiun dialect: a portable tent[7]
ritiik 
a weapon used for hunting bear[7]

SEdit

sangiik 
Iulutiun dialect: the relationship between a family and its ukeu[2]
sarissik 
Angulutiun dialect: the roof of a rissik[7]
sirdloang 
a closet for clothing[7]
skotuk 
Angulutiun dialect: inhabitants, a term which includes both people and caribou[7]
sukkiruchit 
a trade fair[7]

TEdit

taatquoko 
Angulutiun dialect: a celebration at the start of each caribou migration[7]
tigugiik 
Iulutiun dialect: the relationship between a parent and his or her children[2]
tihukek 
Angulutiun dialect: a tool used for making tent poles[7][8]
tingaung 
a gambling game[7]
toqsung 
the main entrance to a snowhouse[7]
trukaa 
a blunt arrow[7]
tuiskotuk 
Angulutiun dialect: adults who have participated in more than one caribou migration[7]
tupa 
marriage[7]

UEdit

uadling 
the outer dome of a snowhouse[7]
ugunach 
Nakulutiun dialect: a platform for praying[7]
uhkerek 
a large sled drawn by caribou[7]
ujju 
Angulutiun dialect: the preferred pasture grounds of a specific caribou herd[7]
ukeu 
a voluntary slave[7]
ukujik 
a dome where meat was cut[7]
ulirrissik 
Angulutiun dialect: a bowl with holes used to cover fires within tents[7]
umiak 
a large boat for cargo[7]
unungak 
a type of harpoon[7]
urit 
Nakulutiun dialect: village ruler[7]
uwa 
Iulutiun dialect: earrings worn by kiam[7]

VEdit

vaakach 
Nakulutiun dialect: a religious edict mandating that a particular syllable is sacrilegious[7]
viit 
a makeshift tent[7]

WEdit

wakiak 
Angulutiun dialect: a branding[7]
wijikak 
Iulutiun dialect: an honor murder[9]
wypokulu 
Nakulutiun dialect: opoqukoku[10]

YEdit

yaaurit 
Nakulutiun dialect: an urit's aides[7]
yakakilat 
a drum feast for honoring the killing of a white dragon or tirichik[7]
yijikak 
Iulutiun dialect: an murder sanctioned by the iquemelum[9]
ykulutik 
Nakulutiun dialect: any punishment for violating a yearly religious edict[7]
yupokulu 
Nakulutiun dialect: equkoku[10]

ReferencesEdit

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