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See also: nunatukavut
Borrowed from Inuktitut [Term?], literally meaning 'our ancient land'.
- An unrecognized Inuit territory in Labrador, inhabited by the Inuit-Metis or Labrador Metis, which encompasses Southern Labrador from the Grand River south to Lodge Bay and west to the extent of the official border between Quebec and Labrador.