Folk-dance



noun
1.
a dance that originated among, and has been transmitted through, the common people.
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2.
a piece of music for such a dance.
noun
1.
any of various traditional rustic dances often originating from festivals or rituals
2.
a piece of music composed for such a dance
verb (intransitive)
3.
to perform a folk dance

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