|Native to||Greenland, Denmark|
|Native speakers||3,000–3,500 (1995)|
Inuit dialects. Tunumiit is grey.
Tunumiit oraasiat, known as Tunumiisut in Greenlandic and also as East Greenlandic in English, is a variety of Inuit spoken in eastern Greenland. It is generally considered a divergent dialect of Greenlandic, but verges on being a distinct language.
- 3,000 in Greenland, and perhaps 20% more in Denmark. Greenlandic reference at Ethnologue (16th ed., 2009)
- Nicole Tersis, in Variations on polysynthesis: the Eskaleut languages Ch. 4
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