Eskimo (disambiguation)

Eskimo (disambiguation)

Eskimo may refer to:
*Eskimo, a term used to refer to people who inhabit northern Alaska, Canada and Greenland (the Inuit) or western Alaska and the Russian Far East (the Yupik)
* "Eskimo," a song by Damien Rice from his 2003 album "O"
* "Eskimo", a song by the Red Hot Chili Peppers, released as a b-side to "Fortune Faded"
* "Eskimo (album)", an album by The Residents released in 1979
* Eskimo (artist), a psytrance DJ and producer.
*"Eskimo (film)", a 1933 Oscar-winning film (also known as "Mala the Magnificent") by Irving Thalberg starring Ray Mala
* Abitibi Eskimos; ice hockey team, based out of Iroquois Falls, Ontario Canada
* Edmonton Eskimos, a Canadian Football League team.
* Cambridge Eskimos, an ice hockey team established in the 1930s at the University of Cambridge in Great Britain []
* Eskimo Bob an online flash video.
* An Eskimo dog might refer to:
**American Eskimo Dog
**Canadian Eskimo Dog
**One of various breeds of huskies
* Eskimo Joe; a rock/pop band from Australia
* The "Eskimo Nebula", a cloud of gas 3000 light-years from earth
* Eskimo Pass, a pass on Baffin Island, Nunavut, Canada
* Eskimo Pie, a brand of ice cream confections.
* An Esky is the Australian term for a portable cooler.
* I'm The Only Gay Eskimo, a song by Corky and the Juice Pigs
* Paul "Eskimo" Clark, a professional poker player.
* Quinn the Eskimo (The Mighty Quinn), a song by Bob Dylan

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