csardas

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Etymology[edit]

From Hungarian csárdás, adjectival form of csárda (tavern), from Ottoman Turkish چارطاق(çârdâk, arbour, summerhouse), from Persian چارتاق(čârtâq, four-arch), from چار(čâr, four) +‎ طاق(tâq, arch).

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csardas (plural csardases)

  1. An intricate Hungarian folk dance characterized by variations in tempo.
  2. The music for such a dance.

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