Definition of kazachok in English:

kazachok

Syllabification: ka·za·chok
Pronunciation: /kəzäˈCHôk
 
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noun

  • A Slavic dance with a fast and typically quickening tempo, featuring a step in which a squatting dancer kicks out each leg alternately to the front.
    More example sentences
    • I guess in Slavic dance, that would be properly called kazachoc - the dance that involves leaping, squatting, kicking out your legs.
    • As the rest tried to circle around him, he crossed his arms over his chest and began the Kazachoc Slavic dance, squatting and kicking each one squarely.
    • More time with her well respected teacher will ultimately see her performing dances of a different kind such as the kazachoc.

Origin

early 20th century: Russian, diminutive of kazak 'Cossack'.

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