Meaning of folk dancing in English:

folk dancing


See folk dance

‘The folk dancing, some Israeli, some Eastern European, some authentic and some not, alternated with the DJ's music all night.’
  • ‘From year one through graduation, their comprehensive curriculum includes folk dancing and mime.’
  • ‘She and her sister launched into an Irish folk dancing routine, standing side by side as they kicked up their heels.’
  • ‘They loved to sing in the little kids’ school choir and to do the simple folk dancing in groups.’
  • ‘Kindness, a poignant domestic tragedy combining drama, live music and folk dancing, is performed on May 21, 24, 28 and 30.’