Niuk

Niuk

 

(also Niukozero, Niukka, Niutkozero, Iukozero), a lake in the Karelian ASSR, in the northern part of the West Karelian Hills, at an elevation of 134 m. The blade-shaped lake has an area of 214 sq km (220 sq km including the islands on the lake). Its average depth is 8.6 m, and its maximum depth, 40 m. It is fed by snow and rain, and its water level varies by as much as 70 cm. The lake freezes in late October or November and thaws in late April or May. The Noguesioki River empties into Lake Niuk, and the Rastas and Khiame rivers, tributaries of the Chirka-Kem’ River (Kem’ basin) have their source in the lake.

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El verbo niukne 'autopurificarse' (literalmente: iluminar de nuevo, de niuk 'iluminar') resulta un claro ejemplo de esta lexicalizacion:
Chelsea Cain, Chuck Palah niuk and Lidia Yuknavitch will read from new works, all while keeping their slumber party lively by handing out stuffed animals and cheering audience members with contests involving inflatable toys.
He sido invitado por la Fundacion Valparaiso, con sede en un pueblo de Almeria llamado Mojacar, para permanecer un mes --todo septiembre-- en Espana como artista residente, en compania de Jorge Reyes, dos integrantes de Nok Niuk, Antonia Guerrero, Byron, una bailarina de Barro Rojo, dos gringas y un danes.
En la primera parte del programa, al mediodia, se integran danzas derviches, sufies y celtas, Ensamble Argem, Grupo Nok Niuk .