Terpsichore

noun
Terp·sich·o·re | \ˌtərp-ˈsi-kə-(ˌ)rē \

Definition of Terpsichore 

: the Greek Muse of dancing and choral song

First Known Use of Terpsichore

1501, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for Terpsichore

Latin, from Greek Terpsichorē

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