Inupiak

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Etymology[edit]

From Inupiak Iñupiaq, from iñuk (person) + piaq (real, true, genuine).

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Inupiak

  1. An Inuit people of Northern Alaska, or a member of these people.
  2. The Inuit language(s) spoken by the Inupiaq.

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  • ISO 639-1 code ik, ISO 639-3 code ipk. It's a family or related languages. The individual ones are: