Kanguq - Page 27

Légendes g4/yygw8Ni3uJ6 stj5. xhw˜4 wkZA9oxWs2 xiᕐCq9k5 trgw8No3iEK6 trZu vÌWq8i4 wtD8Nq8Nu vÌWq5 Úr5©mb w= lzb ç¯zA5 scsto3bq5: >xaty gdbs7m5 eᒻᒥv sw“5gmb>, Öµ4 scstgw8Nbq5. Öµ4 scClx3m5 rs/s1qmE4vu Whygw8Nu5hi xi3Cuk5. ᐅᓂᒃᑳᑐᐊᑦ ᐅᓂᒃᑳᑐᐊᑦ Öm xi3Cuk5 tr4vlxCu s8 km5 xi3CCu bfixEx9MAm5hi wkZA9oi4 whmJ[i6. Öm xi3CMs3hi cs7m5 Ìᒃfkz wkZA9of8 k5 Éyo3iEK6 ckw7m¯b bfAm5hQ5. hNs{? wkZA9ox„5 w= lui4 eà5ht4 Whyo3iEK5. Öm guqtA5 moQxyo3iEK6 guqtÅ3hi. hNs2? ᑐᔾ/oCuQ5 bnjz yfgw8Nj5 Why8imb bnjz g0/CuQ5 yfj5 ñ5gj5 tr8imb g0/cèo3b[iq5 Nqx3Ngj5 Why8imb. Ömo vhDmMsClx3hQ5 d/ˆgw8No6ᑲq5. There was a man who was out on the ice in search of seal. Two of his dogs were with him, helping him locate the breathing holes of the seals. The two dogs had been trained for this type of work and knew what to do but he had them leashed anyway, even though they no longer needed to be in a leash. As the man searched for seals he came across an inugagullik, a tiny dwarf-like creature known by Inuit, who was apparently hunting for baby seals. The inugagullik was dressed in fox fur. Upon seeing this inugagullik, the Inuk wished to be friendly and made an effort to show his kindness. However, the inugagullik was a fearsome creature by nature. He turned to the Inuk, jumped on him and proceeded to try and suffocate him with his buttocks. He had jumped up and sat himself on the man’s face and began squeezing his buttocks to his mouth and nose in order to suffocate him. Though the man made every effort to remove the inugagullik, he was unable. When the man fell from exhaustion and completely unable to breathe, the man’s dogs came to his aid by fighting off the inugagullik. The man was saved by his two dogs who removed the inugagullik from on top of him and all he could do was watch as the two dogs fought and killed the inugagullik. All his strength had been sapped at that point, he could only to watch as the dogs attacked the inugagullik - he was unable to help him. Legends to understand his origins. He managed to find his tracks and followed them on his way home. Eventually, he reached the home of the inugagullik. He could not pass through the entrances for they were too narrow and so he spoke to the occupants through the roof, saying, “Your man has been killed by my dogs as my dogs are quite malicious”. Those were the only words he uttered. He waited for a response but having none he then continued on his way home. When he had settled at home and the evening passed, he thought of returning to the home of the inugagulliit so that he could see them. So at first light, he left to go to the inugagulliit’s home to see how they were. However, when he arrived to their home he found that they had left. They had left by foot so he followed their tracks for a while. As he followed their tracks he saw that they had headed out to the ice, and he continued following the tracks on the ice for a while. After a while he could no longer follow their tracks because they had continued onto thin ice and that became dangerous for him. He had to let go of the idea of meeting them. The man decided to trace the tracks of the inugagullik to see where he came from, Sculpture de Charlie Arnaituq Sivuraapik; les chiens viennent à la rescouse de l’homme. Pierre de savon 1958. ᓵᓕ ᐊᕐᓀᑐᖅ ᓯᕗᐊᕌᐱᐅᑦ ᓴᓇᐅᒐᖓ xat4 e7uuk5 x8Ntb6. ᖁᓪᓕᓴᔭᕐᒥ ᓴᓇᓯᒪᔪᖅ !(%*. Charlie Arnaituq Sivuraapik’s carving, the man’s dogs saving him.