Fado



[fah-doo; English fah-doh] /ˈfɑ dʊ; English ˈfɑ doʊ/

noun
1.
a Portuguese folk song typically of doleful or fatalistic character and usually accompanied on the guitar.
2.
a dance to the music of such a song.
/ˈfɑːdu/
noun
1.
a type of melancholy Portuguese folk song
n.

popular music style of Portugal, 1902, from Latin fatum “fate, destiny” (see fate (n.)). Because the songs tell the fates of their subjects.

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