From Hebrew סֻכָּה (suká, “sukkah”)
sukkah (plural sukkahs or sukkot or sukkoth or sukkos)
- (Judaism) A temporary dwelling or booth used by practising Jews during Tabernacles (Sukkot).
- 2007, Michael Chabon, Gentlemen of the Road, Sceptre 2008, page 132,
- But on his return to Atil from the summer hordes, the usurper Buljan ordered that his sukkah be erected on the donjon's roof [...].