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63 ° 36' 4" N, 171 ° 37' 49" W
Heading on the NW slopes of the Poovoot Range and flowing N to Aghnaghak Lagoon, 17 mi. S of Gambell, in the W part of Saint Lawrence Island. 10 miles long.
Eskimo name, more correctly transliterated as Akhnak, in the dual form, meaning two women; recommended to U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in 1949 by the Gambell village council.
Akeftapak Bay, Dovelawik Bay, Kavalghak Bay, Kittilngook Bay, Kongkok Bay, Tiflighak Bay,
Aghsit Point, Agtapuk Point, Chibukak Point, Kaghoopalik Point, Meruwtu Point, Nekeelit Point, Northwest Cape, Ooynik Point, Savukahuk Point, Shlokovik Point, Singik Point, Tategnak Point, Tatik Point, Upapak Point, Vngyat Point,
Cape Kageehok, Niyghakpak Cliff,
Marukta Mountain, Owalit Mountain, Sevuokuk Mountain, Yaghmelngak Mountain,
Aghnaghak Lagoon, Ninivahut Lake, Niyrakpak Lagoon, Troutman Lake,
Poovookpuk Mountain, Sevooghak Mountain,
Mamagnak Mountains, Poovoot Range,
Aghnuk River, Ikalooksik River, Kangik River, Moghoweyik River,
Akfayegak Creek, Ikoygak Creek, Kavalghak Creek, Kitnepaluk Creek, Kunaghak Creek,