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kamik

[kah-mik] /ˈkɑ mɪk/
noun, Canadian chiefly Eastern Arctic.
1.
a mukluk made of sealskin.
Origin of kamik
1860-1865
Borrowed into English from Inuit around 1860-65
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British Dictionary definitions for kamik

kamik

/ˈkɑːmɪk/
noun
1.
(Canadian) a traditional Inuit boot made of caribou hide or sealskin
Word Origin
from Inuktitut
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