noun, plural fla·men·cos.
Origin of flamenco
Examples from the Web for flamenco
So they, like flamenco, are part of a tradition invulnerable to trembling before life at its most decidedly bittersweet.
In Spain, music is divided to-day into the major divisions, Classical and Flamenco.Poor Folk in Spain|Jan Gordon
Presently one of the flamenco women quits her chair, and begins to strike extraordinary postures.The Story of Seville|Walter M. Gallichan
Nobody knows where the flamenco came from, but some say it is as old as the Phoenicians, and some say—even older.Getting to know Spain|Dee Day
Perico, Naos, and Flamenco, three little islands lying in front of Panama.