that Greenlandic has one loanword from Siberian Chuckchi, the word uligiilik, which is derived from the Chuckchi word for birch: velgil. In Greenlandic the word is a name for loose brittle driftwood (aspen). In some areas this wood was also called arnat qisuat (womens wood) since it couldn’t be used for anything else than fuel and as cork for bottles.