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courante

noun cou·rante \k-ˈränt, -ˈrant\

Definition of COURANTE

1
:  a dance of Italian origin marked by quick running steps
2
:  music in quick triple time or in a mixture of 32 and 64 time

Origin of COURANTE

Middle French, from courir to run, from Latin currere
First Known Use: 1586

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