The greenlander is also very fond of raw seal-skin with the blubber.
For the same reason the Icelander differs from the greenlander.
As this animal is so necessary to the existence of a greenlander, it is his greatest glory to chase and take him.
From this age onwards, the young greenlander remains a toiler of the sea.
When a greenlander is at the point of death, his friends and relatives array him in his best clothes and boots.
A greenlander named Aaron once fell sick and had to keep to his bed.
Nothing can be more dangerous, or require greater dexterity than the management of a greenlander's boat.
This animal is the constant prey of the greenlander, and furnishes him with all he wants.
To save himself from being spitted, the greenlander was forced to leap backward.
But old Mr. greenlander, the picture-frame maker in Twentieth street, didn't get any better.
Old Norse Groenland, so named by its discoverer (986 C.E.) because "it would induce settlers to go there, if the land had a good name":
Hann gaf nafn landinu ok kallaði Groenland, ok kvað menn þat myndu fysa þangat farar, at landit ætti nafn gott. [Islendingabok, 1122-1133]