sina n Labrador Inuit, sinaa 'edge of ice.' The edge of the floating
field of ice off the Labrador coast; floe-edge.
1947 TANNER 499
From the camp the trappers make their way to the edge of the ocean ice, the sinâ,
where the seals sport in the chilly water or clamber up on the ice to rest. 1977 Inuit
Land Use 255 Then there's another lot of jar [seals]; they're all small, same
ringsilver jars. They're way outyou get a lot at the sina [floe edge].