Correction of a slip of finger in my previous post: saklya, not "lyaska," is a Caucasian mountain hut. The word is used by Pushkin and Lermontov in their Caucasian poems and in "A Hero of our Time," and by Tolstoy in "Haji Murat."
Alexey Sklyarenko
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