choree

noun cho·ree \ˈkōrˌē, kəˈrē\

Definition of choree

plural

-s

  1. :  choreus

choreic

\kəˈrēik\play adjective

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Origin and Etymology of choree

French chorée, from Latin choreus, from Greek choreios, from choreios, adjective, of a dance, of a chorus, from choros dancing area, dance, chorus — more at chorus


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