Inuktitut

or I·nuk·ti·tuut

[ ih-nook-ti-toot, ih-nyook- ]
/ ɪˈnʊk tɪˌtʊt, ɪˈnyʊk- /

noun

a dialect of Inuit, spoken in the Canadian Arctic.

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British Dictionary definitions for Inuktitut

Inuktitut
/ (ɪˈnʊktɪˌtʊt) /

noun

Canadian the language of the Inuit

Word Origin for Inuktitut

from Inuktitut inuk man + titut speech
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