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allemande /ˈælɪmænd; French: almɑ̃d/ n
  1. the first movement of the classical suite, composed in a moderate tempo in a time signature of four-four
  2. any of several German dances
  3. a figure in country dancing or square dancing by means of which couples change position in the set
Etymology: 17th Century: from French danse allemande German dance



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