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Inupiaq or Inupiat? Have you encountered both terms and wondered what they mean? Here's the breakdown. The word Inupiaq literally means the "real or genuine person". Inuk = person, plus -piaq = real. Inupiaq is used to refer to a person of that cultural group.

Inupiaq is also the name for the language spoken by Inupiat, which spans from the Seward Peninsula to the North Slope, a specific region within the broad Inuit spectrum. Inupiat is the plural form of Inupiaq (singular).

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