verb (used without object), snake-danced, snake-dancing.
to perform a snake dance.
a ceremonial dance of the American Indian in which snakes or representations of snakes are handled or imitated by the dancers.
a parade or procession, especially in celebration of a sports victory, in which the participants weave in single file in a serpentine course.
a ceremonial dance, performed by the priests of the American Hopi Indians, in which live snakes are held in the mouth
the swaying movements of snakes responding to a snake charmer
a Hindu dance in which performers imitate such snake movements
noun 1. an entertainer who seems to charm venomous snakes, usually by music. snake charmer noun 1. an entertainer, esp in Asia, who charms or appears to charm snakes by playing music and by rhythmic body movements
noun a type of skateboard with a central bar between two pivoting boards which allows users to make snakelike maneuvers
noun, plural (especially collectively) snakeblenny (especially referring to two or more kinds or species) snakeblennies. 1. any of several pricklebacks of the genus Lumpenus.
SNE subacute necrotizing encephalomyelopathy