do–si–do

play
noun \ˌdō-(ˌ)sē-ˈdō\

Definition of do–si–do

plural

do–si–dos

  1. :  a square-dance figure: a :  a figure in which the dancers pass each other right shoulder to right shoulder and circle each other back to back b :  a figure in which the woman moves in a figure circling first her partner and then the man on her right

Origin and Etymology of do–si–do

French dos-à-dos back to back


First Known Use: 1926


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