bidarka

bi·dar·ka

 (bī-där′kə)
n.
Variant of baidarka.

bidarka

(baɪˈdɑːkə) or

bidarkee

n
(Nautical Terms) a canoe covered in animal skins, esp sealskin, used by the Inuit of Alaska
[C19: from Russian baidarka, diminutive of baidara umiak]
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In Juneau, the Alaska State Museum (admission $5) displays the original head of the Lincoln totem; also on display are bidarkas (kayaks) and umiaks (canoes), traditional boats used by the Aleuts and Inupiaq.