noun ma·zur·ka \mə-ˈzər-kə, -ˈzr-\

Definition of MAZURKA

:  a Polish folk dance in moderate triple measure
:  music for the mazurka or in its rhythm usually in moderate 34 or 38 time

Variants of MAZURKA

ma·zur·ka also ma·zour·ka \-ˈzr-\

Origin of MAZURKA

Russian, from Polish mazurek, from Mazury Masuria, region of NE Poland
First Known Use: 1818


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