Novokuli People

Laks – one of the indigenous peoples of the central part of highland Dagestan. They live in compact Lak, Kulinsky, and since 1944 in Novolak areas. Some of them live in the territories and Akushinsky, Rutul, Ahtynskogo, Dahadaevskogo and Charodinskogo areas. Laks lot can be found outside of Dagestan. Laks call themselves the "varnish", and his land "Lackrana kIanu" (Laks place). Neighbors called Laks differently: the Avars – "Fog"; gift-Hinze – "vuluguni", "vulechuni", "Lagle" (akushintsy) Lezgins – "yahulvi." Numerous attempts to explain samonazva-tion Laks and their origin. PL Uslar pointed to the linguistic similarity of the term "lacquer" with the name of the classic "Legs," who lived in Dagestan in early AD.

He also drew attention to the proximity of this term to name Lekosa, the mythical ancestor of all the peoples of Dagestan in the Georgian chronicles. On the first state entities – the principalities and Gumik Mist – referred to in Arabic, sources in connection with the events of 7. AM Alikhanov-Avar Laks produced from the Hun. At the same time insisted that Lak and other languages of Dagestan, ostensibly are genetically related to the languages of India and the Far East Lak Lak village area: Kumukh, Guymi, thick, Chukna, Cuba, Cookney, Chara, Kkurkli, Kuma, Kunda, Palisma, Kamahal, Nitsovkra, Karash, Unchukatl, Hong, Lahiri, Khoury , Huty, Chittoor, Kubra, Uri, Shovkra, Schara, Huerha, Hurukra, Kulushats, Churtah, Hulisma, Bursh, Shahuva, Shuni, Mukar. Kulinsky district: Cani Vihli, Sukiyah, Cooley, Hayha, Tsyyshi, Vachi, Kaya, Sumbatl, Tsushar, Tsovkra-2 Hosreh, Tsovkra-1. Novolakskoye region: Tuhchar, Gamiyah, Novochurtah, Duchi, Novokuli, Novolakskoye, Chapaeva. Other areas of Dagestan: Balkhar, Ulluchara, Huli, Tsulikana, Arakul, Shadnyi, Shalib, Soviet. The number of total number in Russia in 2002 – 156 545 (of which 109 750 people in urban areas), mainly fashion (140 000) in Dagestan (in Makhachkala, the mountain Lak, Kulinsky, and the plain areas Novolak). Also (as of 1989) reside in Uzbekistan (2807 people), Tajikistan (2441 people), Azerbaijan (1878 people), Turkmenistan (1398 people), Kazakhstan (1234), Kyrgyzstan (1078), Ukraine (1035), Turkey (total number is unknown – about 300 people in four villages Il Kars in the east).

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