kra·ko·wi·ak | \ krəˈkōvēˌak \
Definition of krakowiak
: a Polish usually group folk dance that combines elements of the ancient round, the more recent square, and the modern polka tread out bouncing krakowiak measures to the accompaniment of flute, fiddle, and accordion— H. M. Robinson
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