Kabloona


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Kabloona

(kəˈbluːnə)
n
(Peoples) (in Canada) a person who is not of Inuit ancestry, esp a White person
[from Inuktitut]
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In its employment of Inuit "legend," this novel at least partly replies that "When the Tuunbaq dies because of the kabloona [non-Inuit] sickness, the spirit-governors-of-the-sky knew, its cold, white domain will begin to heat and melt and thaw.
Along the way, Ottawa took the unusual step of commissioning an independent review of the draft plan, which pronounced the document "reasonable" (Kabloona 2014).
Kabloona in the yellow kayak: One woman's journey through the Northwest Passage.
Grace sustains her warm, insightful, and informative approach to the study, interpretation and appreciation of the rich body of plays written, performed, and published by Pollock through the 1980s, 1990s, 2000s: Generations, Whiskey Six Cadenza, Doc, Getting It Straight, The Making of Warriors, Fair Liberty's Call, Saucy Jack, Death in the Family, Moving Pictures, End Dream, Angel's Trumpet, Kabloona Talk, and Man Out of Joint.
In the Arctic, the Eskimos (now called Inuit) will call you a Qallunaaq, but will accept you saying Kabloona, or even Kodlunarn.