Inuktitut

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Inuktitut:

see Eskimo-AleutEskimo-Aleut,
family of Native American languages consisting of Aleut (spoken on the Aleutian Islands and the Kodiak Peninsula) and Eskimo or Inuktitut (spoken in Alaska, Canada, Greenland, and Siberia).
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Inuktitut

Canadian the language of the Inuit
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En el silencio que sigue a la muerte del texto, escuchare, en algun lugar de mi oido polar enterrado la suave voz Inuit de Pijamini nombrando al mundo en Inuktikut.
If linguistics were even close to such a neutral, independent science, then a linguist coming from an entirely different culture who speaks, say, a polysynthetic and ergative language like Inuktikut would be able to make use of the tools provided by our science in an uncomplicated way and write a serviceable elementary grammar, and in time a usable comprehensive grammar that teachers and students could make sense of without first having to take a course in Western grammatical tradition.