noun, plural In·u·its, (especially collectively) In·u·it for 1.
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Origin of Inuit
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Discovered frozen in ice by two Inuit waterbenders, they begin a journey to help him access his full powers as avatar.‘Game of Thrones’ Withdrawal? Watch Nickelodeon’s Fantasy Epic ‘The Legend of Korra’|David Levesley|July 1, 2014|DAILY BEAST
The commenter said Dodson is not a full-blooded member of any tribe and is in fact one-quarter Aleut, not Inuit.
Not that Western civilization has never embraced the mythical Inuit practice of leaving the old out on an ice floe.
They were extremely strong and could lift large bowlders, which were by far too heavy for the Inuit.
They were much taller than the Inuit and had very long legs and arms, but their eyes were not as good.
The Tornit could not clean the sealskins so well as the Inuit, but worked them up with part of the blubber attached.
Their strength was so great that they could hold a harpooned walrus as easily as the Inuit could hold a seal.
All an Inuit has to do is to get food and skins for himself and his family.The Second Jungle Book|Rudyard Kipling