Origin of branle
Examples from the Web for branle
I always enjoyed seeing her dance the Branle de la Torche, or du Flambeau.
The baby who has not swung in a branle does not know the quintessence of baby luxury.
The branle (not the dance, but as used here) is called Congedium by Anthoine Arena.Shakespeare and Music|Edward W. Naylor
It was originally a branle of Poitou, derived from the Courante.
All but Bibine, who was left swinging in his branle with only Loka for company.