apache\ dance

apache\ dance
apaššitants (prantsuse vodevillis)

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  • Apache (dance) — Apache is a highly dramatic dance associated in popular culture with Parisian street culture in the beginning of the 20th century. The name of the dance is pronounced ah PAHSH (not ah PATCH ee , like the Native American tribe). The dance is named …   Wikipedia

  • apache dance — noun a violent fast dance in French vaudeville (an apache is a member of the French underworld) • Regions: ↑France, ↑French Republic • Hypernyms: ↑stage dancing, ↑choreography * * * sh|d noun 1 …   Useful english dictionary

  • apache dance — /euh pahsh , euh pash / or, often, /euh pach ee/ a vigorous dance representing a Parisian apache dancing in a rough, domineering way with his woman. * * * …   Universalium

  • apache dance — /əˈpæʃ dæns/ (say uh pash dans) noun an energetic dance, originating in Parisian burlesque and vaudeville shows, especially one for a man and a woman imitating a Parisian gangster and his girlfriend …   Australian English dictionary

  • Apache (disambiguation) — Apache is the name of a group of related Native American tribes or a member of these tribes.Apache may also refer to:Computing*Apache HTTP Server, web server software **Apache Software Foundation, creators of the Apache HTTP Server software… …   Wikipedia

  • Apache — 1745, from Amer.Sp. (1598), probably from Yavapai (a Yuman language) epache people. Sometimes derived from Zuni apachu enemy (Cf. F.W. Hodge, American Indians, 1907), but this seems to have been the Zuni name for the Navajo. French journalistic… …   Etymology dictionary

  • Apache (gang) — See Apache (disambiguation) for other meanings. Les Apaches were members of a Parisian underworld subculture during the late 1800s and early 1900s. Apaches were so called because their alleged savagery was compared with that attributed by… …   Wikipedia

  • Dance with The Shadows — Studio album by The Shadows Released May 1964 …   Wikipedia

  • apache — [ə pash, əpäsh′; ] Fr [ ȧ pȧsh′] n. pl. apaches [ə pash′iz, ə päsh′iz; ] Fr [ ȧ pȧsh′] [Fr, lit., Apache: first used of Parisian thieves (1902) by Victor Moris, Fr journalist] a gangster or thug of Paris adj. designating a dance, performed… …   English World dictionary

  • Dance On! — Single by The Shadows B side All Day (Welch, Marvin) Released December 13, 1962 …   Wikipedia

  • Apache (The Shadows song) — Jump On It redirects here. For the Sir Mix a Lot song, see Jump On It.Single infobox Name = Apache Caption = single cover Artist = The Shadows B side = Quartermaster s Stores (Trad: arr Bill Shepherd) Released = July 1960 United Kingdom Recorded …   Wikipedia