Inuit is an Eskimo-Aleut language belonging to the Eskimo subfamily. The name Inuit means ‘the people’, whereas Eskimo is a derogatory word meaning ‘eater of raw flesh’ given to the Inuit by Algonquian Native Americans. Regarded as one of the most geographically distributed aboriginal ethnic groups, the language of the Inuit people is spoken in northwestern Alaska, across northern Canada, throughout Greenland, and in communities in Denmark. Although the highest concentration of Inuit speakers is found in Greenland, a substantial body of Inuit speakers inhabit Canada.
Inuit language is spoken by Inuit descendents in geographically diffuse regions of the circumpolar north, including Greenland, Denmark, Canada, and Northern Alaska. The primary sub-dialects of each regional dialect are as follows: Greenlandic Inuit – West Greenlandic, East Greenlandic, and Thule/Polar Eskimo; Eastern Canadian Inuit – North Baffin-Aivilik, South Baffin, Labrador, and Tarramiut; Western Canadian Inuit – Caribou, Netsilik, Copper, Siglit, and Mackenzie; Alaskan Inuit – North Slope, Kobuk, and Seward Peninsula. Despite areal differences, the dialects of Inuit spoken in these regions are highly uniform grammatically speaking. Where variation is encountered, it is primarily phonological. Inuit as a whole has largely resisted influence from outside languages, which is part of the reason for the degree of linguistic homogeneity across dialects.
Main dialects Greenlandic (Kalaallisut), Eastern Canadian (Inuktitut), Western Canadian (Inuktitun), Alaskan (Inupiaq). Dialects can be in Syllabics and Roman Orthography.
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