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 What does the word Eskimo literally mean?

Answer The word "Eskimo" comes from an Algonquin word that literally means "raw meat eaters." Although the term Eskimo is still used by many Americans to refer to the Inuit people, it is considered a dero... Read More »
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What does the word Eskimo mean?

"Eskimo" has been used to describe the Inuit of Greenland, Canada and northern Alaska, as well as the Yupik of Russia's far east and Alaska's west. The meaning of the word "Eskimo" is in dispute du... Read More »
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Does the Atkins diet literally mean no carbs?

No carbs is pretty much impossible to maintain, because almost anything that isn't pure meat or fat contains some. You can read a list of accepted foods for the Atkins diet here:http://www.atkins.c... Read More »
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What do you call a double Eskimo brother Or for that matter a triple Eskimo brother?

Yes you are but not by blood.Distant related by marriage and can say cousin in law as you both connect into one family as both Aunt and Uncle but however not on same blood line.
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What does the word Cha mean?

According to Internet Slang, the word Cha means "yes." Therefore, when you want to say "yes" you can also say "Cha." However, make sure the opposite person know what Cha means, too, or they will t... Read More »
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