kozachok

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Etymology[edit]

From Ukrainian or Russian козачок (kozačók), diminutive of козак (kozák, Cossack), because the dance originated among Cossacks.

Pronunciation[edit]

  • Hyphenation: ko‧za‧chok

Noun[edit]

kozachok (plural kozachoks)

  1. (dance) A Ukrainian and Russian couple-dance with constantly increasing tempo.

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