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kashim

[ kash-im, kah-shim ]
/ ˈkæʃ ɪm, ˈkɑ ʃɪm /
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noun
a building traditionally used by the Yupik and Inuit in the Arctic as a community gathering place or as a place where men congregate and socialize.
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Origin of kashim

First recorded in 1850–55, kashim is from the Yupik word qasgiq
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