noun, plural I·nu·pi·at [ih-noo-pee-at, ih-nyoo-] /ɪˈnu piˌæt, ɪˈnyu-/.
a member of a group of Eskimos inhabiting northern Alaska along the Bering, Chukchi, and Arctic coasts, and some distance inland.
the Inuit language as spoken by the Inupiaq people.
Origin of Inupiaq
< Inupiaq inyupiaq (plural inyupiat) real person
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