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The Ulutiun dictionary is a list of terms from the Ulutiun language.

AEdit

ahsukk 
Iulutiun dialect: a board composed of members from each village council to arbitrate in trade disputes during trade fairs[1]
aigiik 
Iulutiun dialect: the relationship between spouses[2]
aituiskotuk 
Angulutiun dialect: adults who had participated in only a single migration of caribou[1]
akukujik 
the section of an ukujik that did not have meat pits[1]
akykulutik 
Nakulutiun dialect: a punishment (ykulutik) where the accused was sealed in the cave of a natural predator[1]
anariak 
a ritual where an ariak dressed a newborn baby[1]
anarkiirik 
the second syllable of a baby's name, which came from the name of an honored friend or family member[1]
andlitiving 
a meat-storage room[1]
ahtkoat 
the messenger who invited people to koatulit[1]
aiskotuk 
Angulutiun dialect: the group remaining after the migration of the iskotuk[1]
ariak 
a friend of the family who dressed a baby in his or her first clothes[1]
artengak 
a type of harpoon[1]
awakewquka 
a type of celebration for honoring one's first seal-kill[1]

BEdit

bikik 
an ice sled with a square sail[1]
biknach 
Nakulutiun dialect: a meat-storage structure[1]

CEdit

ceenach 
Nakulutiun dialect: a stone house[1]

DEdit

dinjik 
a pit trap that looks like a snowhouse[1]

EEdit

eaas 
Iulutiun dialect: the essence of life[1]
ekaa 
a barbed arrow[1]
ekotupa 
an arranged marriage[1]
equkoku
a memorial feast or cemetery for the dead[1][3]
erngiik 
Iulutiun dialect: the relationship between a mother and her eldest daughter[2]
eyklak 
a large bow[1]

GEdit

garnok 
a sling with an extended handle[1]
gazanga
Iulutiun dialect: "little father"; the oldest male child[2][1]
giik 
Iulutiun dialect: the relationship between a father and his eldest son[2]

HEdit

heteff 
a white-furred sled dog[1][4]
hiuchupuk
a water sled[1]
hukek 
Angulutiun dialect: a digging spike[1]
huuk 
a "singdown"[1]
huykulutik 
Nakulutiun dialect: a punishment (ykulutik) where the accused was tied to a tree and shot with arrows[1]

IEdit

igdluarn 
a snowhouse room for storing blubber and meat[1]
igdluling 
a long passage between snowhouse rooms[1]
ijukujik 
the section of an ukujik that had meat pits[1]
ikaap
Angulutiun dialect: an ice sled made from caribou skins[1]
ikili 
Angulutiun dialect: a full migration of caribou[1]
ilupiquan 
the interior skin walls of a snowhouse[1]
iniagok 
Angulutiun dialect: morale officer[1]
Innugaakalikurit 
an arctic dwarf[1]
intang 
hoop for drying clothes[1]
inuksuk 
snow figures places in a V-shaped line for driving caribou[1]
ipipykulutik 
Nakulutiun dialect: a punishment (ykulutik) where the accused was suspended head-first inside a crevasse[1]
iquemelum 
a village council[1]
iskotuk 
Angulutiun dialect: a group of migrating humans and their caribou[5]
ituiskotuk 
Angulutiun dialect: aged or injured adults unable to participate in the migration of caribou[1]
iuak 
a machete[1]
iurit 
Nakulutiun dialect: assembly called by the village ruler[1]

JEdit

jakerek 
single-passenger ice sled[1]
jegaung 
a gambling game testing one's aim[1]
jititip 
a special snowhouse for sled dogs or kupuk[6]
jokitarpo 
game to make the ugliest faces[1]
jukikewquka 
a feast honoring a child's first kill[1]
jyykach 
Nakulutiun dialect: a religious edict requiring the death of all non-believers[1]

KEdit

kaituiskotuk
Angulutiun dialect: persons who have not yet participated in the migration of caribou[1]
kaiurit 
Nakulutiun dialect: a yearly religious edict[1]
kaquling
a snowhouse's outermost, open section[1]
kayak 
a kayak[1]
kazanga 
Iulutiun dialect: "little mother"; the oldest female child[2][7]
keri-keri 
a game of imitating gestures[7]
kiam 
a village council member[7]
kiirik 
the first syllable of a baby's name, which came from the name of a deceased friend or family member[7]
kilat 
a type of drum played by slapping it against the chest or thigh[7]
koatulit 
a custom of inviting folk from a nearby village to live in the host village as guests of honor[7]
kotupa 
a voluntary marriage[7]

LEdit

lakerek 
a sled drawn by caribou[7]
liqukoku 
Iulutiun dialect: a ritual for honoring first kills[7]
lukitaqutu 
a juggling game[7]
lulik 
an individual room (dome) of a snowhouse[7]
luqu 
a trident[7]

MEdit

mikka 
a lichen growing in Alpuk that tastes like mint[7]
minikitak 
Angulutiun dialect: a house made from earth and wood[7]
mukteff 
a golden-furred sled dog[7][4]

NEdit

naulagak 
a type of harpoon[7]
nukiewquak 
a ritual for honoring one's first polar bear kill[7]

OEdit

okteff 
a black-furred sled dog[7][4]
opoqukoku 
Iulutiun dialect: a ritual of properly disposing of animal skulls[7]

PEdit

pilakerek 
Angulutiun dialect: a balancing pole used while riding a sled[7]
pimataung 
Angulutiun dialect: an aged leader of the iskotuk[7]
pokulu 
Nakulutiun dialect: a belief that one's life essence becomes a part of Ulutiu upon death[7]

QEdit

quaggi 
a communal feasting house[7]
quangirin 
a ventilation slit[7]
quidlirin 
a fireplace[7]
quipiqu 
thick sleeping blankets[7]
qukoku 
Iulutiun dialect: a philosophy about the unity of nature[7]

REdit

rewqugi 
a two-domed snowhouse filled with pits for burning blubber[6]
reykulutik 
Nakulutiun dialect: a punishment (ykulutik) where the accused was stoned to death in a pit[7]
rissik 
Angulutiun dialect: a portable tent[7]
ritiik 
a weapon used for hunting bear[7]

SEdit

sangiik 
Iulutiun dialect: the relationship between a family and its ukeu[2]
sarissik 
Angulutiun dialect: the roof of a rissik[7]
sirdloang 
a closet for clothing[7]
skotuk 
Angulutiun dialect: inhabitants, a term which includes both people and caribou[7]
sukkiruchit 
a trade fair[7]

TEdit

taatquoko 
Angulutiun dialect: a celebration at the start of each caribou migration[7]
tigugiik 
Iulutiun dialect: the relationship between a parent and his or her children[2]
tihukek 
Angulutiun dialect: a tool used for making tent poles[7][8]
tingaung 
a gambling game[7]
toqsung 
the main entrance to a snowhouse[7]
trukaa 
a blunt arrow[7]
tuiskotuk 
Angulutiun dialect: adults who have participated in more than one caribou migration[7]
tupa 
marriage[7]

UEdit

uadling 
the outer dome of a snowhouse[7]
ugunach 
Nakulutiun dialect: a platform for praying[7]
uhkerek 
a large sled drawn by caribou[7]
ujju 
Angulutiun dialect: the preferred pasture grounds of a specific caribou herd[7]
ukeu 
a voluntary slave[7]
ukujik 
a dome where meat was cut[7]
ulirrissik 
Angulutiun dialect: a bowl with holes used to cover fires within tents[7]
umiak 
a large boat for cargo[7]
unungak 
a type of harpoon[7]
urit 
Nakulutiun dialect: village ruler[7]
uwa 
Iulutiun dialect: earrings worn by kiam[7]

VEdit

vaakach 
Nakulutiun dialect: a religious edict mandating that a particular syllable is sacrilegious[7]
viit 
a makeshift tent[7]

WEdit

wakiak 
Angulutiun dialect: a branding[7]
wijikak 
Iulutiun dialect: an honor murder[9]
wypokulu 
Nakulutiun dialect: opoqukoku[10]

YEdit

yaaurit 
Nakulutiun dialect: an urit's aides[7]
yakakilat 
a drum feast for honoring the killing of a white dragon or tirichik[7]
yijikak 
Iulutiun dialect: an murder sanctioned by the iquemelum[9]
ykulutik 
Nakulutiun dialect: any punishment for violating a yearly religious edict[7]
yupokulu 
Nakulutiun dialect: equkoku[10]

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.00 1.01 1.02 1.03 1.04 1.05 1.06 1.07 1.08 1.09 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13 1.14 1.15 1.16 1.17 1.18 1.19 1.20 1.21 1.22 1.23 1.24 1.25 1.26 1.27 1.28 1.29 1.30 1.31 1.32 1.33 1.34 1.35 1.36 1.37 1.38 1.39 1.40 1.41 1.42 1.43 1.44 1.45 1.46 1.47 1.48 1.49 1.50 1.51 Rick Swan (1992). The Great Glacier (front cover). (TSR, Inc). ISBN 1-56076-324-8.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 Rick Swan (1992). The Great Glacier. (TSR, Inc), p. 25. ISBN 1-56076-324-8.
  3. Rick Swan (1992). The Great Glacier. (TSR, Inc), p. 63. ISBN 1-56076-324-8.
  4. 4.0 4.1 4.2 Rick Swan (1992). The Great Glacier. (TSR, Inc), p. 55. ISBN 1-56076-324-8.
  5. Rick Swan (1992). The Great Glacier. (TSR, Inc), p. 42. ISBN 1-56076-324-8.
  6. 6.0 6.1 Rick Swan (1992). The Great Glacier. (TSR, Inc), p. 64. ISBN 1-56076-324-8.
  7. 7.00 7.01 7.02 7.03 7.04 7.05 7.06 7.07 7.08 7.09 7.10 7.11 7.12 7.13 7.14 7.15 7.16 7.17 7.18 7.19 7.20 7.21 7.22 7.23 7.24 7.25 7.26 7.27 7.28 7.29 7.30 7.31 7.32 7.33 7.34 7.35 7.36 7.37 7.38 7.39 7.40 7.41 7.42 7.43 7.44 7.45 7.46 7.47 7.48 7.49 7.50 7.51 7.52 7.53 7.54 7.55 7.56 7.57 Rick Swan (1992). The Great Glacier (back cover). (TSR, Inc). ISBN 1-56076-324-8.
  8. Rick Swan (1992). The Great Glacier. (TSR, Inc), p. 44. ISBN 1-56076-324-8.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Rick Swan (1992). The Great Glacier. (TSR, Inc), p. 23. ISBN 1-56076-324-8.
  10. 10.0 10.1 Rick Swan (1992). The Great Glacier. (TSR, Inc), p. 51. ISBN 1-56076-324-8.

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