Barabara



an Alaskan or north Siberian semisubterranean house built of sod or turf.
Historical Examples

He is equally at ease in the barabara and in the palace-like homes of the rich when he visits the large cities of the world.
Alaska Ella Higginson

They camped in a barabara where white men had slept a few nights before, and heard their own language spoken by native tongues.
The Crimson Gardenia and Other Tales of Adventure Rex Beach

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