Examples from the Web for aleut
The commenter said Dodson is not a full-blooded member of any tribe and is in fact one-quarter Aleut, not Inuit.
The young Aleut was awake also, but he smiled as he sat up on the blankets.
The Aleut boy did not at first reply, because he did not know how to do so.
He motioned the young Aleut to the blankets which Jimmy had abandoned, and the latter, without ado, curled himself up on them.
The Aleut finally produced from under the deck a dirty little bag tightly tied.
Again the Aleut seemed to understand, for he stood up, tried to smile again, and once more held out his hand.
British Dictionary definitions for aleut
Word Origin for Aleut
Word Origin and History for aleut
native of the Aleutian Islands, 1780, of unknown origin, probably from a native word. First applied by Russian explorers c.1750, perhaps from Alut, name of a coastal village in Kamchatka [Bright]. Their name for themselves is unangax.