calusar

noun, sometimes capitalized ca·lu·sar \kəˌlüˈshär\

Definition of calusar

plural

calusari

\-ärē\
  1. :  a Romanian hobbyhorse dance done by members of a sworn brotherhood in wild steps and fierce mock combat

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Origin and Etymology of calusar

Romanian caluşar, from caluş hobbyhorse


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