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It is the language of fur.

 

krettutok inerkonartok tireganierk mitkrolik. Krearnatok!

 

uiritsaktak Tryxie!

 

TOS, Ravens, annuarsorpok , Tryxie. momerpok!

 

 

Wallee, Goldsable? mominguarpok. pilangitok

 

kattingolartut?

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nareaksak...........

 

otok narearpok ............

 

TOS... Nanuk....angunasukpok..............

 

 

otok okrardlukpok........... tunnukpok.........

 

 

Nanuk akreatorpok

 

kadzait, Ravens, Tryxie.....apkalawok !!!! hahaha!

 

otok mitkrolik pitsiartok

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So far seems harmless enough to me, although some may feel a bit left out though. Perhaps a bit of translation now and again Touch of Sable, so that all may remain on the same page so to say? After all, we are not all archeologists.

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I never said you danced with evil I said you danced like a white man

 

No. I don't even dance that well.

 

I'm sure white man and evil are somewhat interchanegable to the Inuit peoples. So......

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nareaksak...........

 

otok narearpok ............

 

TOS... Nanuk....angunasukpok..............

 

 

otok okrardlukpok........... tunnukpok.........

 

 

Nanuk akreatorpok

 

kadzait, Ravens, Tryxie.....apkalawok !!!! hahaha!

 

otok mitkrolik pitsiartok

 

 

Sounds like someones hitting the crack pipe too much.

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krearnatok= blue fox

 

The whole thread was in Inuit; eskimo actually. Fur was mentioned in most of the posts.

 

Relevant firstly because it is international polar year and secondly because the Inuit are fighting to keep their fur trade.

 

And thirdly cos it was fun getting you all wondering what we were on about!

 

Anyway I certainly think it worth learning just a little vocabulary out of respect for their struggle; and humility for what our culture has done to them.

http://www.wordgumbo.com/ea/can/caninu.htm

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