He wanted to teach them English, but they’d have nunavit.
“Esk ‘im mo’ about that.”
Sounds like a snow job.
Not to be TOO technical, but since Inuktitut is agglutinative and polysynthetic the question of “how many words?” is meaningless. You might as well ask “how many sentences does English have to describe snow?”.
Here’s your fun fact … they had to change the name of ‘’Eskimo Pies’’ because the Inuit consider ’’eskimo’’ a slanderous word.
The other guy looks like Monty’s Brother
Eskimo pig latin, “umba ssa”
The men are starting to grow beards. Like when the “Big Bang Theory” gang went to research in the Arctic.
What do you call the snow that the local bully shoves down the back of your snow pants? Asking for a friend.
If you trip over a walrus, you’ll have more in your pants to worry about than snow.
Inuit has lots of compound words like German – so not really separate words, just snow with modifiers.
The Scots have 421 different words for snow.
What’s the word for when you sit on a snowman and suddenly realize it’s a polar bear?
Poor old English, only one word for snow. But thousands of possible modifiers!