Eyak



[ee-yak] /ˈi yæk/

noun, plural Eyaks (especially collectively) Eyak for 1.
1.
a member of a small tribe of Indians formerly inhabiting the southeastern coast of Alaska.
2.
the language of the Eyak, related to the Athabaskan languages.

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