noun agi·ta·na·do \ˌä-ˌhē-tə-ˈnä-(ˌ)thō\

Definition of agitanado



  1. :  nonflamenco heelwork in dancing or a nonflamenco dance using heelwork

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Origin and Etymology of agitanado

Spanish gypsylike, from a- (from Latin ad-) + gitano gypsy (from—assumed—Vulgar Latin Aegyptanus Egyptian, from Latin Aegyptius + -anus -an) + -ado -ate — more at Egyptian

First Known Use: 1949

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a trip made at another's expense

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