[ green-lan-dik ]
/ grinˈlæn dɪk /
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a dialect of Inuit, spoken in Greenland.
of or relating to Greenland, its inhabitants, or their language.
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Words nearby Greenlandic
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How to use Greenlandic in a sentence
Raised within the Kingdom of Denmark, young Greenlanders attend schools that teach in Danish and Greenlandic, a language not even offered on Google Translate, and which no one beyond the island’s tiny population speaks.The U.S. Has Had a Military Presence in Greenland Since 1941. A Young New Leader Wants Much More|Vivienne Walt|May 19, 2021|Time
British Dictionary definitions for Greenlandic
/ (ɡriːnˈlændɪk) /
of, relating to, or characteristic of Greenland, the Greenlanders, or the Inuit dialect spoken in Greenland
the dialect of Inuktitut spoken in Greenland
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