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What does the word "eskimo" translate to in English?

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Eskimo is a group of peoples inhabiting the Arctic coastal region...
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Books are a great place to start looking for translations. There are also many websites that translate quickly and for free. Though most of these translations are literal.
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Depends on the whale. I've read the translation of Killer Whale being both Arrluk and Arluq.
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1. Find a translator on the Internet. A simple search will provide several options. WordLingo is one such site that supports translation of Chinese characters. Navigate to the site.
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