Definitions for "Eskimo"
One of a peculiar race inhabiting Arctic America and Greenland. In many respects the Eskimos resemble the Mongolian race.
historically used to refer to indigenous people of Arctic North America. The term derives from the Algonquin word for "eaters of raw meat."
Central Yup'ik, St. Lawrence Island Yupik (Siberian Yupik), and Inupiaq people share a similar cultural background and they are often referred to as Eskimos in Alaska. The Yupik/Yup'ik people are sometimes called Western Eskimos, because they live in the westernmost part of Alaska. The term "Eastern Eskimo" refers to the Alaskan Inupiaq, Canadian Inuit, and Greenlandic Kalaallit peoples, who share a similar language and culture. However, the Inuit and Kalaallit people consider the name "Eskimo" offensive, and they prefer their own group names or collectively to be known as First Nation people.
Eskimo is an album by The Residents that was originally supposed to follow 1976's Fingerprince. However, due to many delays and arguments with management, it was not released until 1979. Upon release it was hailed as the group's best record to date.
Keywords:  refusal, denotes, money, loan
Denotes a refusal of a loan of money.