[ e-stahm-pee ]
/ ɛ stɑmˈpi /
a medieval dance and instrumental form, in several repeated sections, associated chiefly with the trouvères.
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Origin of estampie
< French, Old French, derivative of estampir to roar, resound < Germanic; see stamp
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