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saltarello

[ sal-tuh-rel-oh, sawl-; Italian sahl-tah-rel-law ]
/ ˌsæl təˈrɛl oʊ, ˌsɔl-; Italian ˌsɑl tɑˈrɛl lɔ /
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noun, plural sal·ta·rel·los, Italian sal·ta·rel·li [sahl-tah-rel-lee]. /ˌsɑl tɑˈrɛl li/.

a lively Italian dance for one person or a couple.
the music for it.

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Origin of saltarello

1590–1600; <Italian, derivative of saltare to dance; see saltant
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British Dictionary definitions for saltarello

saltarello
/ (ˌsæltəˈrɛləʊ) /

noun plural -li (-lɪ) or -los

a traditional Italian dance, usually in compound duple time
a piece of music composed for or in the rhythm of this dance

Word Origin for saltarello

C18: from Italian, from saltare to dance energetically, from Latin; see saltant
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