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ceilidh (n.)

"convivial evening social visit," typically with traditional music, 1868, from Irish céilidhe, from Old Irish céle "companion," from PIE *kei-liyo-, suffixed form of root *kei- (1) "beloved, dear," primarily "to lie; bed, couch."

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Definitions of ceilidh from WordNet

ceilidh (n.)
an informal social gathering at which there is Scottish or Irish folk music and singing and folk dancing and story telling;
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