Yukon

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English[edit]

The Yukon Territory's location in Canada
Yukon's flag

Etymology[edit]

From Gwich'in ųųg han, contraction of chųų gąįį han (white water river). See Wikipedia's name section for details.

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Yukon

  1. A territory in northern Canada. Capital: Whitehorse.
  2. A city and town in Oklahoma.
  3. A river in British Columbia, the Yukon Territory and Alaska, which gives its name to the territory.
  4. (US, automotive) GMC Yukon

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French[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Gwich'in yukon (great river).

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Yukon m

  1. Yukon Territory

Portuguese[edit]

Etymology[edit]

Borrowed from English Yukon, from Gwich'in yukon (great river).

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Yukon m

  1. Yukon, Yukon Territory (a territory in northern Canada)
    Synonym: Território de Yukon