Posts Written On January 18, 2009

Toika Lounge


Last night, we hit up Toika for the birthday party of Harris, the editor of Peace Mag.  Even with the snow, everyone came up in the spot looking extra fly!




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Snow

The Inuit have different words for different types of snow.
Katiksunik – light snow
Anui – snow packed hard
Iluq – thin snow on a window
Pokaktok – snow that looks like salt
Aput – snow on the ground
Massak – watery snow
Akillukkak – soft snow
Sillik – hard icy snow
Imalik – falling wet snow
Sullarniq -snow blown in
Apun – snow
Apingaut – first snowfall
Qaniit – snow in the air
Nittaalaq – snow thick in the air
Ayak – snow that has fallen on clothes
Aputitaq – patch of snow
Kannik – snowflake
Nutagak – snow like powder
Apirlaat – snow that has just fallen
Kaiyuglak – snow in ripples
Perksertok – drifting snow
Aniuk – snow to use as water
Apusiniq – snow in a drift
Miulik – sleet
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