The Inuktitut dialect of Inuit, a member of the Eskimo-Aleut language family, is spoken by over 30,000 natives of eastern Canada, including Quebec and Nunavut. It is easily understood throughout the Inuit communities of Canada, Greenland, and northern Alaska. This unique dictionary encompasses almost every word spoken by the Inuit peoples of North America, including a good many ways to say snow, though fewer than rumoured. Care had been taken to include terms unique to particular Inuit communities. Readers will also find special grammar appendices, a introduction to the language's writing system, and sections with family terms and geographic names. All entries have been romanised for easy use.