sirtaki

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Borrowed from Greek συρτάκι (syrtáki), from συρτός (syrtós, a type of folk dance, literally drawn, led) +‎ -άκι (-áki, diminutive suffix).

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sirtaki (plural sirtakis)

  1. A modern Greek folk dance, a mixture of the slow and fast versions of the hasapiko dance.

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