Inuit Submitted Place Names

Inuit names are used by the Inuit people of the North American Arctic.
Submitted names are contributed by users of this website. The accuracy of these name definitions cannot be guaranteed.
Akami Uapishkᵁ Kakkasuak Mealy (Other) Inuit, English
National park in Labrador, Canada. 'Akami−Uapishkᵁ' is an Innu name for the area, meaning "white mountain cross", and 'KakKasuak' means "mountain" in Inuttitut... [more]
Alaasika ᐊᓛᓯᑲ (Political Subdivision) Inuit
Inuit form of Alaska.
Aulavik (Other) Inuit
National park in the Northwest Territories, Canada. From the Inuvialuktun language, meaning "place where people travel".
Auyuittuq ᐊᐅᔪᐃᑦᑐᖅ (Other) Inuit
National park in Nunavut, Canada. Meaning "the land that never melts", in Inuktitut.
Iqaluit ᐃᖃᓗᐃᑦ (Settlement) Inuit
Iqaluit is the capital of the Canadian territory, Nunavut. ... [more]
Ivvavik (Other) Inuit
National park in Yukon, Canada. Meaning "birthplace" or "nursery" in Inuvialuktun.
Kanata ᑲᓇᑕ (Country) Inuit, Inupiat
Inuit and Inupiaq form of Canada.
Nunatsiavut (Region) Inuit
Region in Labrador, Canada. Means "our beautiful land" in Inuttitut.
Nunavik ᓄᓇᕕᒃ (Region) Inuit
Region of Quebec, Canada. From the Inuit word nunavik meaning "great land".
Nunavut ᓄᓇᕗᑦ (Political Subdivision) Inuit, English, French
Means "our land" in Inuktitut. This is the name of a territory of Canada.
Qausuittuq (Other) Inuit
National park in Nunavut, Canada. Meaning "the place where the sun does not rise] in Inuktitut.
Quttinirpaaq (Other) Inuit
National park in Nunavut, Canada. Means "the top of the world" in Inuktitut, as it is the northernmost national park in Canada, and the second in the world.
Sirmilik (Other) Inuit
National park in Nunavut, Canada. Means "place of glaciers", in Inuktitut.
Torngat (Mountain & Other) Inuit (Anglicized)
Mountain range and national park in Canada. Meaning "place of spirits" from the Inuit word 'tongait'.
Tuktut Nogait (Other) Inuit
National park in Northwest Territories, Canada. Means "young caribou" in Inuvialuktun.
Ukkusiksalik (Other) Inuit
National park in Nunavut, Canada. From Inuktitut, meaning "where there is material for the stone pot", from the word 'ukkusik', meaning "pot" or "saucepan".