noun, plural co·ran·tos, co·ran·toes.
Origin of coranto
Examples from the Web for coranto
She would dance a Coranto, that the French Ambassador, hidden behind a curtain, might report her sprightliness to his master.Provocations|Sibyl Bristowe
Why dost thou not go to church in a galliard, and come home in a coranto?Hazlitt on English Literature|Jacob Zeitlin
Even the Pope (I speak in all reverence) must play billiards or trip a coranto now and then!Shandygaff|Christopher Morley
I thought Sir you wou'd have been more open-handed, I sell no Coranto's at such rates.
Morley speaks of the Volte, and says it is characterised by 'rising and leaping,' and is of the same 'measure' as a coranto.Shakespeare and Music|Edward W. Naylor