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  • n. Alternative spelling of Eskimo.
  • proper n. Alternative spelling of Eskimo.


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  • BIDARKA, * [* Skin boat of the Esquimo.] is it not so?

    Nam-Bok, The Liar

  • The coast people were Esquimo stock, merry-natured and happy, and inoffensive.

    CHAPTER 12

  • All three last Phillipe stories, Her last case, New Types, the Esquimo, the Image on the Heart, 1st Gwen, 2nd Gwen, 3d Gwen + now 4th Gwen.

    A Life in Letters

  • They found that the underground city was exactly like an overturned bowl, or an Esquimo ice hut, hollow within, and with a tunnel leading to it -- but all below the surface of the earth.

    Tom Swift in the City of Gold, or, Marvelous Adventures Underground

  • These are only three instances of several, all showing the keen interest of the people that the land may be known and the Finlander a little better understood than he is by half the world to-day, who seem to imagine him to be a cross between a Laplander and an Esquimo -- instead of what he really is, a very cultured gentleman.

    Through Finland in Carts

  • The Esquimo and Crees, though as fully described, are better known.

    The International Monthly Magazine, Volume 5, No. 1, January, 1852

  • The Esquimo, settled along the coast by the Bering Sea, takes his meal of ten pounds of blubber and feels a better man.

    Colorado Jim

  • Idol or an Esquimo so far as his nationality affected his soul.

    The Enormous Room

  • The Esquimo-dog is man's greatest friend in the Far North 218

    The Human Side of Animals

  • I sometimes fancy that if I had the misfortune to be born a polar bear or an Esquimo I would not have been a patriot.

    Here are Ladies


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