How Many Words Of Alaska Lingo Do You Know?

Think you can talk the talk like a true Alaskan? It's time to find out how you would fare in a conversation in this chilly state. Ready to put your Alaska lingo to the test? Begin!
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In AK, “break up” can refer to a relationship, but also to:
School work
Trash
Ice melting
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Question 2/10

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When you say someone went "outside"to get an operation, you mean:
They went outside of the country.
They went to one of the lower 48 states.
They went to shovel snow.
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What animal is called a "Humpy?"
Moose
Pink salmon
Grizzly bear
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What do you call someone who's lived in Alaska for a while?
A newbie
A sourdough
An oldie
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Question 5/10

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Someone who is only lived in Alaska a short time is known as a....
Noob
Cheechako
Ditch diver
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Question 6/10

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What’s a bunny boot?
A type of boot
A childhood game
A type of bunny specific to Alaska
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Question 7/10

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Who might be called a "ditch diver?"
Anyone from outside of Alaska
Someone who doesn't like to work hard
Someone driving too fast on snowy roads
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Question 8/10

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In Alaska, living in the “bush” refers to....
Living in a wealthy area.
Finding lots of natural berries.
Living off the road system.
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Question 9/10

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A snowbird is someone who spends which season in Alaska?
Summer
Winter
Spring
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Question 10/10

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What is an "ulu?"
A type of knife.
A bear cub.
An elder.
Result
Don't pack your bags for Alaska just yet, we're not sure your ready to handle a conversation in this Northern region. While you may know a few bits and pieces of Alaska lingo, you've still got a lot to learn. You've built a foundation now roll with it!

C+, Alaska Lingo Lost

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Whoa, do you hail from this great state? If not, you sure could have fooled us? It's obvious that you pride yourself on knowing Alaska lingo far better than most. We think you could hold your own in any conversation in Alaska.

B+, Alaska Lingo Ace

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Pack those bags and hop right on the next flight to Alaska! If anyone could hold their own in a conversation in this great state, it's you. You can walk the walk and talk the talk in this great state!

A+, Alaska Lingo Expert

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1
In AK, “break up” can refer to a relationship, but also to:
School work
Trash
Ice melting
2
When you say someone went "outside"to get an operation, you mean:
They went outside of the country.
They went to one of the lower 48 states.
They went to shovel snow.
3
What animal is called a "Humpy?"
Moose
Pink salmon
Grizzly bear
4
What do you call someone who's lived in Alaska for a while?
A newbie
A sourdough
An oldie
5
Someone who is only lived in Alaska a short time is known as a....
Noob
Cheechako
Ditch diver
6
What’s a bunny boot?
A type of boot
A childhood game
A type of bunny specific to Alaska
7
Who might be called a "ditch diver?"
Anyone from outside of Alaska
Someone who doesn't like to work hard
Someone driving too fast on snowy roads
8
In Alaska, living in the “bush” refers to....
Living in a wealthy area.
Finding lots of natural berries.
Living off the road system.
9
A snowbird is someone who spends which season in Alaska?
Summer
Winter
Spring
10
What is an "ulu?"
A type of knife.
A bear cub.
An elder.