Le balachka (russe et ukrainien: балачка) est un idiome slave usité dans les zones traditionnelles de peuplement cosaque telles que Kouban, de Stavropol et du Don. Cet hybride aux éléments russes et ukrainien, pouvant comprendre localement certains apports tcherkesses varie d'une région à l'autre.

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