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9 thoughts on “ Beguine ”

  1. Malami says:
    Definition of beguine (Entry 2 of 2): a vigorous popular dance of the islands of Saint Lucia and Martinique that somewhat resembles the rumba First Known Use of beguine Noun (1).
  2. Mikara says:
    A member of any of several lay sisterhoods founded in the Netherlands in the 13th century. [Middle English begine, from Old French beguine, from Middle Dutch beg-, root of beggaert, one who rattles off prayers.].
  3. Zukree says:
    noun a dance in bolero rhythm that originated in Martinique. a modern social dance based on the beguine. music for either of these dances.
  4. Kagakasa says:
    Use of the word “Beguine” (Latin: beguina) was established by the s. Its etymology is uncertain; it seems to have originated as a pejorative term. By the midth century the movement had spread throughout the Low Countries, Germany, and northern France. The beguinal movement began among upper-class women and spread to the middle class.
  5. JoJojas says:
    May 25,  · Noun beguine (plural beguines) A ballroom dance, similar to a slow rumba, originally from French West Indies and popularized abroad largely through the song "Begin the Beguine"; the music for the dance. quotations ▼.
  6. Kek says:
    Sep 10,  · Beguine definition: a dance of South American origin in bolero rhythm | Meaning, pronunciation, translations and examples.
  7. Mezisar says:
    ‘She refused to begin the beguine when they besought her to’ ‘Like many Latin dances, the beguine emphasizes the ability to roll the hips while stepping, evoking sensuality.’ ‘At night, party-goers dance the beguine, which was born in Martinique and reveals the island s soul.’.
  8. Vidal says:
    Beg·uine (bā′gēn′, bā-gēn′) n. Roman Catholic Church A member of any of several lay sisterhoods founded in the Netherlands in the 13th century. [Middle English begine, from Old French beguine, from Middle Dutch beg-, root of beggaert, one who rattles off prayers.] be·guine (bĭ-gēn′) n. 1. A ballroom dance similar to the foxtrot, based on.
  9. Douzahn says:
    Biguine Summer Styles Come get a new look – choose your favourite of the latest fall and winter styles from Jean-Claude Biguine Paris. Our expert stylists will recommend a .

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