noun, plural In·nu·its, (especially collectively) In·nu·it.
noun, plural In·u·its, (especially collectively) In·u·it for 1.
Origin of Inuit
Examples from the Web for innuit
Historical Examples of innuit
From the seal they have learned to make the igloo, which is the house of the Innuit.
These Innuit are known by the other subdivisions as Ta hg myut.
The Innuit's summer home is very different from his winter home.Alaska
Now the woman Olillie had been bred from an Eskimo mother by an Innuit man.The Faith of Men
This land-whale with its tail in front once lived in the land of the Innuit.The New North
Agnes Deans Cameron
noun plural -it or -its
Word Origin for Inuit
1765, from Inupiaq Eskimo inuit "people," plural of inuk "man, person."