Note: Do not rely on this information. It is very old.
Namollo, aborigines of north-east Siberia at the mouth of the Anadyr river and along the west coast of Behring Strait; show strong Eskimo affinities, but whether due to common descent or to intercourse and mixture is uncertain. By some observers they are allied to the Chukchis, forming the fishing section of that race; but the language is wholly distinct, though evidently affected by Eskimo influences. (Bove, Bol. Italian Geographical Society December, 1879.)