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hora

[ hawr-uh, hohr-uh ]

noun

  1. a traditional Romanian and Israeli round dance.


hora

/ ˈhɔːrə /

noun

  1. a traditional Israeli or Romanian circle dance


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Word History and Origins

Origin of hora1

1875–80; < Modern Hebrew hōrāh < Romanian horă < Turkish hora

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Word History and Origins

Origin of hora1

from Modern Hebrew hōrāh, from Romanian horǎ, from Turkish

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Example Sentences

Let them close their eyes and dance the hora with themselves.

Watch Rick Perry dance a stiff hora while Arnold Schwarzenegger lights up the dance floor!

Along with it she sent a copy of some of the stanzas from Hora Novissima, which at this time were such an enjoyment to her.

Si sciret paterfamilias qua hora fur uenturus esset; vigilaret utique non sineret perfodi domum suam.

You don't suppose that word has anything to do with the Latin hora, meaning hour, do you?

Papa ubique visitatur, ut destruatur; venit enim finis et hora ejus.

In Kutn Hora, of a total of 600 houses, 200 remained without owners or tenants.

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