Yurok

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Borrowed from Karok [Term?] (downriver [people]), as they live on the Klamath River downstream of the Karuk, whose name means "upriver [people]".

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Yurok (plural Yuroks or Yurok)

  1. A member of a particular Native American tribe of Northern California.

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Yurok

  1. The Algic language of these people.

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