- Greenland + -ic (Wiktionary)
“Whether a Danish writer who was born and raised in Greenland can really be called a "Greenlandic" author is a moot question, but it's one that perhaps deserves to be raised.”
“Young speakers of Vietnamese use fun in Global English phrases like “have fun with game,” and Greenlandic teenagers in Nuuk seek fun by break-dancing.”
“Speakers of Cherokee say no-qui-si.xix And in West Greenlandic, an Eskimo-Aleut tongue, the word is ulluriaq.”
“The AFP explains, "The children were each given one Greenlandic name, Minik and Ivalo, in honour of Denmark's autonomous territory, according to Danish media.”
“The bright spark said, yes, the ice is millions of years old, it comes from the Greenlandic ice cap, it's been there forever.”
“It is paced for the Greenlandic tempo and the desolate landscape, as it reveals a culture under attack in delightful story telling fashion.”
“It has the full permission of the Greenlandic authorities, who have also defended Cairn from Greenpeace's accusations.”
“It has the full permission of the Greenlandic authorities for its activities.”
“It has a university in the capital city of Nuuk, and a fully functioning primary and secondary school system in which the operating language is Greenlandic.”
“Greenlandic (an Inuit language) is spoken by 50,000 of the residents, and became the sole official language this past June.”
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