Simple Definition of Dixieland
: a type of traditional American jazz music that was popular in the 1920s
Full Definition of Dixieland
: jazz music in duple time usually played by a small band and characterized by ensemble and solo improvisation
Origin of dixieland
probably from the Original Dixieland Jazz Band
First Known Use: 1927
Rhymes with dixieland
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