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Trail: snow

snow

Reference

EskimoEnglish
apunsnow
apingautfirst snowfall
pokaktoksalt-like snow
aputspread-out snow
miuliksleet
kanikfrost
massaksnow mixed with water
kanigruakfrost on a living surface
auksalakmelting snow
aniuksnow for melting into water
ayaksnow on clothes
kannisnowflake
akillukkaksoft snow
nutagakpowder snow
|milikvery soft snow
aniupacked snow
mitailaksoft snow covering an opening in an ice floe
aniuvaksnowbank
natigviksnowdrift
sillikhard, crusty snow
kimaugruksnowdrift that blocks something
kiksrukakglazed snow in a thaw
mauyasnow that can be broken through
perksertokdrifting snow
akelroraknewly drifting snow
katiksuniklight snow
mavsasnowdrift overhead and about to fall
kaiyuglakrippled surface of snow
apuuaksnow patch
sisuukavalanche
katiksugniklight snow deep enough for walking


compiled by D.K. Holm, drawn from the Inupiat Eskimo Dictionary by Webster and Zibell, and from Thibert’s English-Eskimo Eskimo-English Dictionary.
lovingly pilfer’red from LibFoam:WordsForSnow