zapateado

noun
za·pa·te·ado | \ˌzä-pə-tā-ˈä-(ˌ)dō, ˌsä-pə-tā-ˈau̇\
plural zapateados

Definition of zapateado 

: a Latin American dance marked by rhythmic stamping or tapping of the feet

First Known Use of zapateado

1845, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for zapateado

Spanish, from zapatear to strike or tap with the shoe, from zapato shoe

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