[mah-kuh-rey-nuh, ‐ren-uh] /ˌmɑ kəˈreɪ nə, ‐ˈrɛn ə/

(often initial capital letter) a dance performed in a group line or solo and following a rhythmic pattern of arm, hand, and hip movements in time to a Spanish song.

a Spanish flamenco song by Los del Rio popularized as a line dance at celebrations
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