noun, plural Es·ki·mos, (especially collectively) Es·ki·mo for 1.
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OTHER WORDS FROM EskimoEs·ki·mo·an, adjectiveEs·ki·moid [es-kuh-moid], /ˈɛs kəˌmɔɪd/, adjectivepro-Es·ki·mo, adjective, noun, plural pro-Es·ki·mos, pro-Es·ki·mo.
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Fox News producers nicknamed the Palins “The Bitch” and “The Eskimo.”Speed Read: 25 Extraordinary Roger Ailes Revelations From ‘The Loudest Voice in the Room’|Lloyd Grove|January 14, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The day ends in Iowa, of all places, with a one-sentence entry: “Christian K. Nelson took out a patent on the Eskimo Pie.”
We wait for the two to just Eskimo kiss in the corner underneath the mistletoe already.Ahead of Debate, Jon Stewart and Bill O’Reilly’s Secret Bromance (VIDEO)|Kevin Fallon|October 5, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Further, the decision is tailored so narrowly that, were it legislation, it would be a classic “redheaded Eskimo.”What the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals’ Prop 8 Ruling Really Means|Ben Jacobs|February 8, 2012|DAILY BEAST
I half-expected to see an Eskimo in a huskie-driven sled whiz by.
The Indian pipe is copied from the Eskimo, as the latter were the first to obtain and use tobacco.
The Chukchees use a pipe similar to those of the Eskimo, but with a much larger and shorter stem.
Fortunately, the Eskimo has taught us that the skin really can be cleansed with oil as well as with water.The Mother and Her Child|William S. Sadler
After the birds came the Eskimo cases, and after them, those given over to the American Indians.Sunny Boy in the Big City|Ramy Allison White
The Eskimo of Greenland, at the other end of the world, divide their tales into two classes: the ancient and the modern.The Science of Fairy Tales|Edwin Sidney Hartland