noun, sometimes capitalized
ty·​ro·​li·​enne | \ tə̇¦rōlē¦en, ¦tiˌr-, (¦)tī¦r-\
plural -s

Definition of tyrolienne

: a Tyrolean peasants' song or melody characterized by the yodel

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History and Etymology for tyrolienne

French, from feminine of tyrolien Tyrolean, from Tyrol + French -ien -ian, from Latin -ianus

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