Greenlandic Inuit

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The Greenlandic Inuit (kalaallit, Grønlandske Inuitter) are the indigenous peoples and the most populous ethnic group in Greenland.wikipedia
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Greenlandic language

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Most speak Greenlandic (Western Greenlandic, Kalaallisut) and consider themselves ethnically Greenlandic.
Greenlandic is an Eskimo–Aleut language spoken by about 56,000 Greenlandic Inuit in Greenland.

Greenland

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The Greenlandic Inuit (kalaallit, Grønlandske Inuitter) are the indigenous peoples and the most populous ethnic group in Greenland.
The Kalaallit are the indigenous Greenlandic Inuit people who inhabit the country's western region.

Inuit

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Approximately 89 percent of Greenland's population of 57,695 is Greenlandic Inuit, or 51,349 people.
Since the late 20th century, indigenous peoples in Canada and Greenlandic Inuit consider "Eskimo" to be a pejorative term, and they more frequently identify as "Inuit" for an autonym.

Kalaallit

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the Kalaallit of west Greenland, who speak Kalaallisut
Kalaallit make up the largest group of the Greenlandic Inuit and are concentrated in Kitaa.

Inughuit

Polar Eskimo
the Inughuit of north Greenland, who speak Inuktun ("Polar Eskimo")
The Inughuit (also spelled Inuhuit), historically Arctic Highlanders, are Greenlandic Inuit.

Tunumiit

East Greenlandic
the Tunumiit of Tunu (east Greenland), who speak Tunumiit oraasiat ("East Greenlandic")
Tunumiit are Greenlandic Inuit from Tunu, the eastern part of Greenland.

Greenlandic people in Denmark

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The vast majority of ethnic Greenlanders reside in Greenland or elsewhere in Danish Realm, primarily Denmark proper (approximately 20,000 Greenlanders reside in Denmark proper).
Greenlandic Danes are residents of Denmark with Greenlandic Inuit background and descent.

Denmark

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The vast majority of ethnic Greenlanders reside in Greenland or elsewhere in Danish Realm, primarily Denmark proper (approximately 20,000 Greenlanders reside in Denmark proper).
The Faroese home government is defined to be an equal partner with the Danish national government, while the Greenlandic people are defined as a separate people with the right to self-determination.

Kayak

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Hunters can hunt marine mammals from kayaks throughout the year.
Most of the Aleut people in the Aleutian Islands eastward to Greenland Inuit relied on the kayak for hunting a variety of prey—primarily seals, though whales and caribou were important in some areas.

List of Greenlandic Inuit

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List of Greenlandic Inuit
This is a partial list of Greenlandic Inuit people.

Demographics of Greenland

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Demographics of Greenland
The population of Greenland consists of Greenlandic Inuit (including mixed-race persons), Danish Greenlanders, Greenlandic Danes and other Europeans and North Americans.

Tupilaq

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They are also known for an art form of figures called tupilait or "evil spirit objects".
Such distant groups like the Caribou Inuit, Greenlandic Inuit, Iglulingmiut Inuit and Copper Inuit knew the concept of tupilaq, but the details differed:

Indigenous peoples of the Americas

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The Greenlandic Inuit (kalaallit, Grønlandske Inuitter) are the indigenous peoples and the most populous ethnic group in Greenland.

Danish nationality law

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People of Greenland are citizens of Denmark.

Ethnography

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Ethnographically, they consist of three major groups:

Kalaallisut

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the Kalaallit of west Greenland, who speak Kalaallisut Today, most Greenlanders are bilingual speakers of Kalaallisut and Danish and most trace their lineage to the first Inuit that came to Greenland.

Danish language

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Today, most Greenlanders are bilingual speakers of Kalaallisut and Danish and most trace their lineage to the first Inuit that came to Greenland.

The unity of the Realm

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The vast majority of ethnic Greenlanders reside in Greenland or elsewhere in Danish Realm, primarily Denmark proper (approximately 20,000 Greenlanders reside in Denmark proper).

Scandinavia

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A small minority reside in other countries, mostly elsewhere in Scandinavia and North America.

North America

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A small minority reside in other countries, mostly elsewhere in Scandinavia and North America.

Multiracial

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There are some Greenlanders who are multiracial, mostly due to Danish colonists and other Europeans marrying into Inuit families.

Danes

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There are some Greenlanders who are multiracial, mostly due to Danish colonists and other Europeans marrying into Inuit families.

Tunu

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the Tunumiit of Tunu (east Greenland), who speak Tunumiit oraasiat ("East Greenlandic")

Tunumiit dialect

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the Tunumiit of Tunu (east Greenland), who speak Tunumiit oraasiat ("East Greenlandic")

Inuktun

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the Inughuit of north Greenland, who speak Inuktun ("Polar Eskimo")