Flows SW to the Chukchi Sea, 0.3 mi SE of the mouth of Kisimilok Creek and 14.2 mi SE of Cape Thompson, Arctic Slope.
Eskimo name meaning "murder" referring to a famous folktale of a battle near here between the Tigaramiut (Point Hop people) and the Kivalinagmiut (Kivalina people) according to Lawrence Sage who lived here as a boy. W. O. Pruitt, University of Alaska, applied this name to Kiktoya Creek. The name was reported in 1950 as "Inuktuk" by U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey (USC&GS).
Battery Creek, Bird Creek, Gulo Creek, Inuktak Creek, Kiktoya Creek, Kisimilok Creek, Kuropak Creek, Mapsorak Creek, Niyiklik Creek, Phosphorite Creek, Pond Creek, Saligvik Creek, Ugalak Creek, Wolf Creek,