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Aleut

[ uh-loot, al-ee-oot ]
/ əˈlut, ˈæl iˌut /
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noun plural Al·euts, (especially collectively) Al·eut for 1.
Also Aleutian. a member of a people native to the Aleutian Islands and the western Alaska Peninsula who are related to the Inuit and Yupik.
the language of the Aleut, distantly related to Eskimo: a member of the Eskimo-Aleut family.
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British Dictionary definitions for Aleut

Aleut
/ (æˈluːt, ˈæliːˌʊt) /

noun
a member of a people inhabiting the Aleutian Islands and SW Alaska, related to the Inuit
the language of this people, related to Inuktitut

Word Origin for Aleut

from Russian aleút, probably of Chukchi origin
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