Augutaurak a cliff in Alaska
on Saligvik Ridge, 1 mi. NW of mouth of Ogotoruk Creek and 5.5 mi. SE of Cape Thompson, Arctic Slope
Eskimo name meaning "little food bag (poke)" or "seal's stomach" which the bluff resembles; reported as "Akhortoruk" in 1962 by W. O. Pruitt, Jr. of University of Alaska.
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