ecossaise

noun
ecos·​saise | \¦ākȯ¦sāz, -ˌkō¦, -kə¦-\
plural -s

Definition of ecossaise 

1 : an old-fashioned dance in slow three-quarter time

2 : a lively dance tune in duple rhythm

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History and Etymology for ecossaise

French écossaise, from feminine of écossais Scottish, from Écosse Scotland

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