SW tip of Adak I., Aleutian Islands.
Aleut name published by the Russians as "M(ys) Yakhakh" or "Cape Yakhakh" (in Tebenkov, 1852, map p. 28). This point was reported by Father Ioann Veniaminov as "Yagak," which he translated as "firewood" or "driftwood." This word may come from the Aleut word "Yagaqadaq" which, according to R. H. Geoghegan, means "firwood" or "firgrove."
Bay of Waterfalls, Beverley Cove, Cataract Bight, Chapel Cove, Expedition Harbor, False Bay, False Bay, Fisherman Cove, Middle Arm Three Arm Bay, North Arm Three Arm Bay, Qaluugix Hiliixsax, Ringgold Sound, South Arm Three Arm Bay, Three Arm Bay, Trappers Cove, Ulugukizax, Ulugux, Unalga Bight,
Argonne Point, Beverley Point, Cape Chlanak, Cape Kagigikak, Cape Yakak, Central Point, Fox Point, Hook Point, Kelp Point, Lake Point, Low Point, Low Point, Middle Point, Naga Point, Range Point, Split Point, Turret Point, Vincennes Point, Wedge Cape, Wedge Point, Yakak Peninsula,