Tigáacaqits

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Tigáacaqits
Tigáatgiaqits in July
Tigáatgiaqits in July
Etymology: Whale-catching bay
Nickname(s): 
Tigaaq
CountryAchiyitqana
StateTsaabkulbaa
Population
 (2014)
 • Total420,630

Tigáacaqits (Tsaavalu /tɪ'gatʃ͡akɪts/), also rendered Tigáatgiaqits (Achiyitqan /tɪgɑ̂:tdʒaqɪts/) is the largest city in Achiyitqana and its most common capital city. Located north of the Bay of Kasiiralq, the city is located on the southern side of an isthmus which connects the Nəqumlug peninsula to the rest of Miraria. It has been inhabited by hominids for tens of thousands of years.

Etymology

Tigáacaqits is a descriptive name in modern Achiyitqan, meaning 'Whale-catching Bay,' also one of the Achiyitqan names for the bay on which it is situated.

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