Nunatukavut

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Etymology[edit]

Borrowing from Inuktitut [Term?], literally meaning 'our ancient land'.

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Nunatukavut

  1. Inuit territory in Canada encompassing Southern Labrador, from the Churchill River, South to Lodge Bay and West to the extent of the official border between Quebec and Labrador.