Inuit* eskimos·- laura boulton - the eskimos of hudson bay and alaska - Inuit by laura krywult on Prezi


this article is a bit confusing. and one of the citations is just a note saying the ice is a word for snow, and implying that pack snow is a name for snow. How does rearranging sentences create new words? I think part of this article is poorly exploring some complex grammatical concepts. Really it should be basic. There should be two parts, the urban legend, and the actual Eskimo words for snow. The second part requires a knowledge of a second language, so I will focus on the first. The urban legend, has variants with the number of words between 7 and 100 (maybe more?). This should be mentioned in the lead. Since this legend seems to have a clear origin, we can know what language is meant by Eskimo. The veracity of the legend can be measured two ways, does an Eskimo language have X number of words for snow, or does an Eskimo language have an unusually large number of words for snow. ( talk ) —Preceding undated comment added 10:44, 14 March 2011 (UTC).

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