The Inuit (also known as the Eskimos) are a group of related peoples living in Canada, Alaska and Greenland. Although the different Inuit communities rarely get along, the kinship between them is clear. The similarity is manifested in clothes, similar appearance, as well as names.
Before contact with Europeans, representatives of this nationality did not have surnames. Therefore, their surnames are usually traditional Inuit names. And as personal names, the Inuit most often use European names. It is interesting that this people in the language does not have a strict division into female and male names. Two spouses may well be namesakes.
- Have a good use!
Here will be your generated name. For generate name, click the button below