and if so, what kind?
Va!! I didn’t know there were different kinds. I know the Horo Rromano..
Kalderaš say Cicely for dance
is Cicely the same as Čoček ? (since ‘to dance’ is one of those words that’s the same in each dialect?)
In lovari cocek is dance and in kalderaš cocek is also dance but Cicely is more of a specific dance in Bucharest that also means dance they use either
but, isn’t “to dance” khelel (or a form of that) ?
I know that in my dialect ‘dance’ (as in going to a dance) is zabava… we don’t use čočeko, which I was taught is a specific form of dance (either the horo or the more Alrije belly-dance style from Macedonia and Serbia etc).
I don’t know what you mean when you say cocek is ‘dance’.
Do you mean that cocek means “to dance” or “dance” (as in it is a kind of dance) or “dance” as in an event…?