on W coast of Umak I., Aleutian Islands.
Aleut name reported as "Tchakhikh" by the North Pacific Expedition in 1855. According to R. H. Geoghegan, the Aleut meaning of this name is "borth hands" or "pair of hands" he suggests that it may be deriv ed from the word cchagig" meaning "shelter" or "refuge."
Aankuuga, Aanudaax, Agamaxchizalix, Alugasux, Azamis Cove, Cabin Cove, Chalux, Chisak Bay, Crater Cove, Hanimisax, Hanisxa, Hiixsax, Igitkin Bight, Iiqiisix, Liisis Tatuu, Lower Arm, Naagix Adimtusix, Nahmagix, Piper Cove, Qagaagix Chalux, Qahnichxucha, Qigaagix Adimtusix, Qigaangax, Quail Bay, Round Cove, Saamlus, Sand Bay, Scripps Bay, Tana Bight, Ugiilagaadax, Ulgusix, Umak Bight, Uuhmugzux, Yoke Bay,
Aalux, Agony Point, Bugle Point, Cape Agumsadak, Cape Akuyan, Cape Azamis, Cape Chakik, Cape Chisak, Cape Kiugilak, Cape Lises, Cape Ruin, Cape Umak, Cemetery Point, Elbow Point, Igitkin Point, Knaxchiing, Kyugaadax, Moss Point, Narrows Point, Oglala Point, Passage Point, Qatxayas Yaaga, Ragged Point, Reach Point, Rip Point, Saddle Point, Sulphur Point, Tana Point, Tanagam Amaga, Zaliva Point,
Amgasis, Anagaksik Island, Asuksak Island, Atangax, Aziak Island, Box Island, Chaika Rock, Chisak Island, Great Sitkin Island, Igitkin Island, Kanu Island, Little Tanaga Island, Rip Rock, Silak Island, Tagadak Island, Tanaklak Island, Tanax Angunax, Ulak Island, Umak Island,