villota

noun vil·lo·ta \viˈlōtə\

Definition of villota

plural

villote

\-tā\
  1. :  a folk dance song of the 16th century that is homophonic in style and of northern Italian origin

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Origin and Etymology of villota

Italian villotta, from villa villa, village — more at villa


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